* California can proceed to implement its ammunition background examine legislation whereas the Ninth Circuit ponders constitutionality of the common sense regulation Chris Rock outlined 25 years in the past.
* NLRB guidelines that Dartmouth basketball gamers are “staff” of the college. Persevering with to go on the market whereas sitting on the backside of the Ivy League is the very definition of a job. [Front Office Sports]
* DOJ seeks new paperwork from Ticketmaster amid allegations that the corporate is intentionally failing to cooperate with investigation. This units up a potential grand irony: Ticketmaster having to pay tacked on charges. [Bloomberg Law News]
* Federal Circuit seems inclined to protect 4 many years value of precedent. See Supreme Courtroom? It’s potential. [Law360]
* The ability of streaming turned Fits into a success years after it went off the air. Now it is getting a derivative. [LegalCheek]
* Kentucky prosecutor convicted of buying and selling authorized favors for intercourse because the career’s resistance to different price preparations continues. [Law.com]