Morning Docket: 12.29.20

Claud Mccoid

* A new lawsuit alleges that New York Metropolis eating places ought to be open up for indoor dining simply because this “will save lives.” Considering the fact that I won’t be able to prepare dinner for my everyday living, I may well agree… [New York Publish]

* A Connecticut law firm allegedly shot his wife on Christmas Day and then killed himself in an apparent murder-suicide. [Connecticut Law Tribune]

* The New York Lawyer Standard is warning of COVID-19 vaccine ripoffs. [Rochester Democrat & Chronicle]

* California is now allowing lawsuits for emotional distress even when gatherings are witnessed nearly. [San Francisco Chronicle]

* A new lawsuit alleges that the plot of Outer Financial institutions on Netflix was stolen from a novel composed by a North Carolina trainer. Perhaps the writer of The Goonies also has a case… [Information & Observer]

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Morning Docket: 12.30.20

* A new lawsuit statements that King’s Hawaiian bread misleads customers into imagining the bread is baked in the Aloha Point out. Maybe someone can assert they ended up misled into imagining the Hawaiian bread contained pineapple… [New York Write-up] * A Chinese lawyer has been sentenced to four years […]