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County Covid Rules for Gun Shops Violate Second Amendment

Ventura County, Calif., violated the Second Amendment when it closed down all of the gun shops and ranges within its border for 48 days in response to the Covid pandemic but allowed other businesses, like bike shops, to stay open, the Ninth Circuit said Thursday.

Minor League Baseball Clubs Can’t Revive Covid Insurance Claims

The owners and operators of several minor league baseball teams lost a bid to reinstate their insurance claims for “catastrophic financial losses” they incurred when the 2020 season was canceled due to the Covid pandemic, after the Ninth Circuit declined to reconsider its ruling in the lawsuit.

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Big Law Says Goodbye to Five-Day In-Office Work Weeks

Leaders from Big Law firms share return to office plans for their firms, and their thoughts on when working in person is essential for lawyers and when it is not.

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