Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 02.08.08

Kim McLane Wardlaw Judge Kim Wardlaw.jpg* Some good news for Cadwalader: R. Ronald Hopkinson, former head of Latham & Watkins’s private equity practice, joins CWT. [New York Law Journal]
* Hollywood writers’ strike to end any day now, thanks to some deft behind-the-scenes maneuvering. Will they work this into a future episode of Entourage? [New York Times]
* The fabulous Judge Kim McLane Wardlaw (9th Cir.), who acknowledges she is a judicial diva (and a judicial hottie), benchslaps the IRS at oral argument. This ain’t her first time at the rodeo! [New York Sun via How Appealing]
* Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee talk to the Hill. [New York Times]
* Merck to shell out $671 million to settle whistleblower suits. [Legal Intelligencer]
* The mother of all amicus briefs? Jan Crawford Greenburg reports that an amicus brief in the SCOTUS gun control case has been signed by 55 senators and 250 representatives — “believed to be the most members of Congress to join together on a brief in modern history, said Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.” [Legalities via How Appealing]

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