Morning Docket

Morning Docket 04.21.10

* Former Biglaw partners under an (ash) cloud: Andrew Rimmington, formerly of Dorsey & Whitney, and Michael McFall, formerly of McDermott Will & Emery, are standing trial in London for alleged insider trading. [Minneapolis Star Tribune]

* Not a Hollywood ending: Michael Douglas’s son is heading to prison for five years. [Gawker]

* Obama is talking to potential Supreme Court nominees and meeting with lawmakers. Congressmen are hoping he picks a non-judge. [Washington Post; Wall Street Journal]

* The DMCA downfall of the Hitler Downfall meme? [Open Video Alliance; TechCrunch]

* “I’ll be in court tomorrow,” Rod Blagojevich tells U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald. “I hope you’re man enough to be there tomorrow too.” Yeah, we think he’ll show up. [Chicago Tribune]

* UC-Hastings College of Law got lots of attention from the Supremes this week. [CBS News]

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