Morning Docket: 07.22.20

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* If you have an older iPhone, you may be entitled to $25, since Apple is accused of intentionally slowing down the performance of outdated phones without notifying customers. Just don’t spend your $25 all in one place… [NBC News]

* Counsel for Jeffrey Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell are asking for a gag order over attorneys involved with her criminal case. [Seattle Times]

* Several Fox News hosts are accused of sexual misconduct in a new lawsuit. [Vulture]

* Authorities are investigating whether the anti-feminist lawyer accused of killing the son of federal judge Esther Salas was also involved in the killing of a men’s rights lawyer in California earlier this month. [AP]

* Burger King has successfully moved to dismiss a lawsuit claiming that the fast food chain deceived customers into thinking it used different cooking surfaces for its vegan offerings. If they claimed the food was kosher, there might have been a different result… [Reuters]

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