The Hot New TikTok Trend Is Suing Montana
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Montana’s decision to ban the popular social media app TikTok has drawn fierce legal backlash, with the company itself and some of its most prominent users immediately suing to reverse the unprecedented ban. This week on Pro Say, the hosts break down the testy litigation brewing in Montana, and how battles over prior attempts to ban the app might inform the saga to come. Also this week, South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh, already sentenced to life in prison for murdering his wife and son, gets rung up on new charges of defrauding clients, and a pair of Biden administration judicial nominees bow out within a week of one another. Finally, Amazon’s formatting flub prompts a roundtable discussion on the misadventures of page limits, margins and footnote alignment.
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