GROUNDED - We’re on the lookout for legal troubles at Boeing following decisions by several countries, including the U.S. on Wednesday, to ground its 737 Max 8 aircraft following a crash in Ethiopia. Amanda Bronstad reports the aviation giant would do well to prepare for suits from airlines stuck with revenue losses and other legal actions involving warranties and insurance.
LIST GROWS - A Harvard Law grad who is married to a former San Diego prosecutor is among those accused of using bribery to get their children into prestigious schools across the country. Lizzy McLellan reports that Elisabeth Kimmel, a media executive, is facing charges related to her efforts to get her daughter into Georgetown and her son into USC. Her husband, Gregory Kimmel, has not been charged. Both were members of the California bar, but both are listed as inactive in bar records.
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