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Morning Docket: 10.04.16

"[G]reed is not a component of the law of fiduciary duty anywhere." Donald Trump's campaign may have claimed he has "a fiduciary responsibility to his business, his family and his employees to pay no more tax than legally required," but legal experts found that assertion pretty laughable, seeing as there's no such thing as a fiduciary duty to oneself. [DealBook / New York Times] An attorney who serves as an advisor to the ABA's Standing Committee on Gun Violence says he accidentally shot and killed his wife when his gun went off after hitting a speed bump.
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