Court Watch #10: 22 Lawyers, 15 Minutes?
The curious case of Amazon and the Justice Department. Plus, A Mile-High Fight Club, Olivia Rodrigo, and Lasers
(Photo: 1121-4 document in 1:20-cv-00484, Amazon v. WDC Holdings LLC)
Welcome to Court Watch #10 - your weekly roundup of all the most interesting federal court filings. A continued thanks to the ever-growing number of subscribers to our newsletter. It’s clear that our readers love both court records and the occasional irreverent nature of our writing. As such, we've crisscrossed 94 federal districts to make not one but two pop song references and also borrowed a bit from the Italian language.
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In this issue, we’ll discuss Twitter being sued for paparazzi pictures, an Alfa Romeo’s radio system leading to the arrest of a fake billionaire, Nazi-loving threats to a university, a flight to the United Kingdom that nearly ended in a mile-high brawl, and everything in between. In short, it’s been a strange week in the federal dockets.
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