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July 18 Digest

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Two SCOTUS Vets Denounce Roberts's Census Ruling as 'One-Off' and 'Bizarre'       It was an illogical opinion which would revolutionize Administrative Procedure Act review if anyone took it seriously,"                                                                                            Read the full story at The National Law Journal


Conservative Lawyers' Group Condemns Trump's 'Ignorant Racist Nature'            "We refuse to share the silence of most of the Republican caucus in Congress, whose timidity in the face of this abhorrent.                                                                                       Read the full story at The National Law Journal


Calif. High Court Revives Case Against Lawyer Who Talked About Confidential Settlement                                                                                                                         Thursday's decision from the California Supreme Court overturns an earlier appellate decision finding that attorney.                                                                                                   Read the full story at The Recorder


At Ninth Circuit, Judge Questions if Ownership Disclosure of ADR Providers Would Open ‘Really Messy Can of Worms'                                                                             As alternative dispute resolution seems to take an ever-widening bite out of the cases routed through the federal courts                                                                                       Read the full story at The Recorder


Google Gets Early Win in Australian Defamation Fight                                                  At a scheduling hearing Friday, the justice hearing the case said a contempt order issued against the tech company should                                                                               Read the full story at The Recorder


California Plan for Lawyer Fee-Sharing Picks Up Speed                                                     A vote by the state bar's board of trustees marks another baby step toward reshaping law firm ownership rules and transforming                                                                              Read the full story at The Recorder


Retired Judges Strike Out in Bid to Block Change in Post-Retirement Appointments                                                                                                                              A San Francisco Superior Court judge has turned back a request from eight retired judges to block changes to the state's                                                                                      Read the full story at The Recorder

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