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June 6 Digest

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Judge Disappointed Over Sanctions in Alleged Apple iPhone Throttling Case        "The remedy here—I think it's a good remedy—is remove those two counsel,” said Judge Edward Davila                                                                                                                      Read the full story at The Recorder

 

Weaknesses in Central Park Jogger Case Were Clear All Along                                  Nor should it be forgotten that numerous other victims in the community were left vulnerable because of the prosecutors'                                                                              Read the full story at The National Law Journal

 

Making Waves: Trump’s Judges Court Controversy in Early Legal Writings              Through concurrences and dissents, Trump's judicial picks have tackled the Second Amendment, Title VII and other hot-button                                                                           Read the full story at The National Law Journal

 

Justices Just Made It Harder for Employers to Dismiss Job Bias Lawsuits                The unanimous decision struck down a Texas county's attempt to avoid a Title VII lawsuit.                                                                                                                                     Read the full story at The National Law Journal

 

Amid Antitrust Woes, Apple Hit With New Suit From App Developers                         Lawyers at Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro filed suit in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on                                                                                          Read the full story at The Recorder

 

Calif. High Court Ruling: Good News for Defamation Plaintiffs                                  Courts must now determine whether a statement, even if the content touches on a general area of public interest, contributes                                                                         Read the full story at The Recorder

 

Citing Indictments, California State Bar Moves to Suspend Avenatti                         In an email to The Recorder Monday evening, Avenatti called the bar's actions "a pile-on" that was "entirely expected                                                                                                  Read the full story at The Recorder

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