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Bail condition will test if absence makes the heart grow fonder

European union, client funds, sewer fees round out roundup

Welcome to Monday, the 101st anniversary of  the U.S. Supreme Court’s Hammer v. Dagenhart decision striking down as unconstitutional a federal law prohibiting the transportation across state lines of goods made via child labor. (The ruling was overturned in 1941 when the justices upheld the constitutionality of the Fair Labor Standards Act in U.S. v. Darby Lumber Co.)

Here are some news items to get your week started:

— Judge sets bail condition barring Carlos Ghosn, Nissan’s former chairman, from seeing his wife.

— Civil rights lawyers call European Union’s migration policy a crime against humanity.

— New York suspends law firm partners for failing to supervise office manager who embezzled client funds.

— A city sues its county for allegedly unpaid sewer fees.

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