Morning Docket: 10.19.23

* Baseball players join bid to overrule MLB’s antitrust exemption because it’s always incredibly stupid and should’ve never existed. [Bloomberg Law News]

* NY court worker arrested after approaching Donald Trump at his NY trial, saying they wanted to help him. And as we all know, the greatest crime of all is a helpful court worker. [Law360]

* Wait… that bankruptcy judge was approving $750 fee requests for his girlfriend? [Financial Times]

* Davis Polk firings putting pressure on more firms to fire students over “grey areas” statements. [American Lawyer]

* Mississippi’s access to justice problem hasn’t gotten any better since the last time we talked about it. [ProPublica]

* Not that much doubt remained, but there is now a confession in the Natalee Holloway murder. [Courthouse News Service]

* In rare move, the Fifth Circuit issued an entirely reasonable ruling, upholding NASDAQ’s board diversity rule after Ed Blum’s Bigot Brigade challenged its constitutionality. [Reuters]

* Oh look! The independent state legislature theory is somehow back. [Democracy Docket]

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