Morning Docket: 07.10.20

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* President Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen is back in custody over a dispute about the conditions of his early release. Some think Cohen’s dinner out last week may have contributed to his legal woes. [USA Today]

* The Los Angeles City Attorney is accusing a nursing home of “dumping” patients onto the street to make room for COVID-19 patients for which the institution is paid larger sums of money. [Los Angeles Times]

* Disney World passholders have filed suit for being charged for months the park was closed due to COVID-19. These litigants have a lot of chutzpah challenging Mickey Mouse. [Spectrum News]

* A lawyer claims she never received a Zoom link to participate in a housing court matter, and as a result, her client was wrongfully evicted. [Cleavland.com]

* Jacksonville attorneys have filed suit in an attempt to prevent the Republican National Convention from taking place in the city next month. [CNN]

* New York lawyers are concerned over apparent plans to begin reopening courts next week. At least it looks like I’ll see all of my friends in CCP again soon…[New York Post]

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