Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 02.05.08

whale tail sonar Navy AboveTheLaw blog.jpg* Three lawyers, plus one guy who likes to tell lawyer jokes, do battle in Super Tuesday: forty-three presidential nominating contests, across 24 states. [New York Times; Washington Post]
* Save the whales? Federal judge reinstates sonar rules — and benchslaps the Bush Administration for trying to exempt the Navy from them. [How Appealing (linkwrap)]
* The trouble with tribunals (of the military kind, at Guantanamo Bay). [New York Times]
* Jury finds former Credit Suisse banker guilty of insider trading. Don’t those i-bankers make enough money? [DJ Newswires via WSJ Law Blog]
* The same goes for Biglaw partners. John J.P. Howley, a former Kaye Scholer partner who ran the firm’s pro bono program, pleads guilty to a tax charge (failure to file). [WSJ Law Blog]

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