Morning Docket: 07.07.20

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* The Supreme Court has upheld a ban on automated calls to mobile phones. Maybe now I’ll stop getting calls about my car’s extended warranty… [USA Today]

* A lawyer representing accusers of Jeffrey Epstein says that Maxwell will never reveal the full connections between Prince Andrew and Epstein. [New York Post]

* The New York Attorney General has ordered a Black Lives Matter organization to stop soliciting donations in the state since the organization did not comply with the proper registrations. [New York Daily News]

* A defendant is being granted a new trial because the judge asked the witness too many questions. This is kind of reminiscent of a famous scene from The Verdict. [New York Law Journal]

* Charges have been filed against the woman who alleged to authorities that she was in danger from a black birdwatcher in Central Park in May. [BBC]

* An attorney, who is now sick with COVID-19, claims a judge ordered her to court even though she told the court her COVID-19 test was pending and she was showing symptoms. [Bakersfield Californian]

* Law360 just named its top lawyers under 40. If I had a subscription, I’d be able to see if I made the cut, but I think I already know the answer… [Law360]

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