Morning Docket

Morning Docket 04.29.10

flat tire judge robert nalley.jpg* The AmLaw 100 lists are out. We’ll have commentary on the new rankings here shortly. Check back in at 10 a.m. [AmLaw]

* Bad news for in-house lawyers in Europe. [Wall Street Journal; Financial Times]

* Obama has been “working Congress hard” and is unlikely to sic them on immigration reform. [Washington Post]

* Eric Holder may have something to say about Arizona’s immigration law, though. [Voice of America]

* Attorneys file for a stay in the execution of a Utah man by firing squad. [Associated Press]

* Tire-deflating judge Robert Nalley calls his tire stabbing “calculated” but “benign.” [Washington Post]

* Who should be the next Justice? [Room for Debate/New York Times]

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