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The California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that social media firms like Facebook and Twitter can be required to give posts users have made public to criminal defendants, a major decision that did not go as far as the defendants sought but could impact thousands of cases.
A New York federal judge Thursday dismissed without prejudice a cover-up suit that a cancer screening lab brought against Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP and a partner just a few weeks ago, finding that LabMD Inc. failed to adequately plead subject matter jurisdiction.
Adult film star Stormy Daniels told a California federal judge Thursday he should reconsider a delay in her lawsuit to void a hush agreement she signed over a sexual encounter she claims she had with President Donald Trump, citing new evidence revealed by Rudy Giuliani and the president himself.
Kobre & Kim continues to bring in former government attorneys with a penchant for cross-border work — including five recent hires with experience at the U.S. Department of Justice and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the firm announced on Thursday.
A former Texas state court judge who was exonerated of bribery and money laundering convictions on Wednesday sued former state Attorney General — now Governor — Greg Abbott and local prosecutors, accusing them of bringing politically motivated charges in retaliation for her election win.