Morning Docket

Morning Docket 03.29.10

* The Chicago Tribune takes a close look at the Tribune Company’s bankruptcy bills, and doesn’t like that Sidley Austin has charged $110,000 for photocopies. [Chicago Tribune via Romenesko]

* The lawyer behind the legal discovery that has brought sex abuse in the Catholic Church — and Pope Benedict XVI’s knowledge of it — to light: Jeff Anderson, whose own daughter was molested by a priest turned therapist when she was eight. [Associated Press]

* Florida attorney Gary Dorst had a blast this weekend. Well, almost. [WESH via ABA Journal]

* Obama takes Chief Justice Roberts’s advice and makes some recess appointments, including controversial lawyer Craig Becker. [Economist, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal (subscription)]

* Obama’s lawyers can’t agree on tactics against terrorism. [New York Times]

* A former police officer and his wife can’t stop the Jersey Shore from going global. [Asbury Park Press]

* McKool Smith is on a roll, thanks in part to patent law being so hot right now. [Dallas Morning News]

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