Morning Docket: 06.11.20

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* An attorney who spent more than 10 years on the run has been sentenced to three years in prison for developing and selling illegal tax shelters. Sounds like a good plot for a John Grisham book. [Accounting Today]

* A lawyer for former National Security Adviser John Bolton alleges that the White House is claiming Bolton’s new book contains classified information that cannot be revealed. [CBS News]

* The Florida Supreme Court has suspended an attorney who has filed thousands of questionable lawsuits against property insurers. [Insurance Journal]

* The Attorneys General of most U.S. states and territories have filed litigation against 26 drugmakers for allegedly fixing the price for generic drugs. [Reuters]

* NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has paid $10 million to settle an age discrimination lawsuit alleging that it systematically fired employees over 40 and replaced them with younger workers. Sounds like a twisted kind of Midsommar… [CBS News]

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