Morning Docket: 12.15.23

* After being ordered to write an apology to Georgia voters, Sidney Powell and Ken Chesebro wrote perfunctory one-sentence letters. Seems totally sincere. [Law360]

* Food and drug claims run rampant on TikTok and the FDA isn’t doing much about it. Look, if the Framers intended to prevent false advertising over smartphone video platforms, they would’ve written that in the Constitution. [Bloomberg Law News]

* Prince Harry scores victory over tabloids. [Reuters]

* Stephen Miller’s America First Legal spends almost all of its money on publicity? Who could’ve imagined? [Daily Beast]

* Male plaintiff wins big gender discrimination case. [Legal Intelligencer]

* Everyone appears to be civil and professional in California today. [San Diego Union Tribune]

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