Judge Clears Paycheck-Protection Loans for Wisconsin Strip Clubs

A federal judge on Friday blocked the U.S. Small Business Administration from denying federal coronavirus relief loans to multiple Wisconsin strip clubs based on their businesses’ sexual nature, ordering the government agency to start facilitating the emergency loans by Monday.

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Seuss-Star Trek Copyright Battleship Makes Landing at Ninth Circuit

Just weeks before graduates receive copies of the Dr. Seuss classic “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” as graduation gifts, an attorney for the publisher told a Ninth Circuit panel Monday a Star Trek mash-up of the children’s classic violates copyright law and was created to compete in the graduation gift market.

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Brother of Bezos’ Girlfriend Claims National Enquirer Defamed Him 

The brother of Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend sued the National Enquirer and its parent company Monday alleging the company’s dredging up of dirt on the world’s richest man – and its attempt to cover up the scheme – defamed him and damaged his family. 

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Filmmakers Sue Over Visa Social Media Disclosure Requirement

Two documentary film organizations filed a federal lawsuit against the State Department and the Department of Homeland Security in the District of Columbia Thursday over the registration requirement that forces 14.7 million visa applicants to disclose their social media aliases.

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