Morning Docket: 04.06.20

* The New York Attorney General has ordered New York Sports Clubs to stop charging membership dues while gyms are closed. Now everyone has an excuse not to go to the gym, and they might even save some money too. [Gothamist]

* A noted Chinese human rights lawyer has finally been released from prison. [New York Times]

* A lawyer who worked at a well-known New York personal injury law firm claims that a supervisor repeatedly showed her pornographic images. And this is not an “I know it when I see” situation. [Law 360]

* President Trump indicated that he intends to nominate a White House lawyer to be the inspector general overseeing COVID-19 relief funding. [Bloomberg Law]

* Lawsuits about COVID-19 are piling up, and because many courts are all but closed, it may take a while for these matters to be resolved. [New York Daily News]

* Attorneys are offering drive-up estate planning services so you can have a will signed without leaving your car. They should throw in a burger and fries to provide the entire drive-thru experience… [CT Post]

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