Morning Docket: 02.23.21


* A lawsuit filed on behalf of thousands of New York City fitness studios argues that exercise facilities should be allowed to operate despite COVID-19. Guess people soon might not have an excuse to stay away from the gym... [Pix 11] * The Supreme Court has declined to get involved in the defamation lawsuit Stormy Daniels filed against Donald Trump. [Forbes] * Two New York City lawyers, who allegedly torched an NYPD car last year, have purportedly been offered a plea deal. [New York Post] * Check out this article on the cases Vice President Harris handled as the former California Attorney General. [Juris Lab] * A lawyer is aiming to create the "Starbucks of pet grooming." Wonder what a caramel macchiato is with dogs... [Newsday]

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