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Eastman Disciplinary Trial On Short Pause After Georgia Case

Trump lawyer John Eastman‘s California disciplinary trial resumes Aug. 24 amid a tangle of legal issues including attorney-client privilege and his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, an issue that’s become more acute since his indictment by a Georgia grand jury last week.

Abortion Ban Takes Effect in Indiana Despite Scope Question

The Indiana Supreme Court won’t reconsider whether the state’s near-total ban on abortion should be blocked while further proceedings to determine its validity under the state constitution take place, it said Monday.

US Supreme Court Urged to Reject Washington Capital Gains Tax

Washingtonians challenging their state’s new capital gains tax told the US Supreme Court on Monday that the ruling upholding the levy “opens a pandora’s box of dangerous practical implications on a national scale.”

Alabama Transgender Care Ban Reinstated by Eleventh Circuit

Alabama’s ban on puberty-blocking drugs and cross-sex hormones for transgender minors can take effect pending a court decision on its constitutionality, the Eleventh Circuit said Monday.

Google, YouTube Seek to Sink RFK Jr.’s Anti-Vax Speech Suit

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s bid for a court order forcing Google LLC and YouTube LLC to restore his videos questioning the safety of Covid-19 vaccines ran into a doubtful US judge who questioned whether the candidate and scion had met the legal prerequisites for such a ruling.

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Trustmark Fights Bid to Enforce Stanford’s $100 Million Payment

Trustmark opposed on Monday a request by the court-appointed receiver for Stanford International Bank Ltd to enforce a $100 million settlement Trustmark reached to compensate fraud claims, arguing it shouldn’t be compelled to pay while judicial approval remains unresolved.

Spirit AeroSystems Investors Lose False Statements Suit Appeal

Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc. investors didn’t plead the level of intent necessary to show the company’s allegedly misleading statements about orders from the part maker’s client Boeing Co. and about its accounting controls amounted to securities fraud, a divided Tenth Circuit panel ruled.