* Americans are warming up to Lady Kaga: public support for confirming Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court has reached 58 percent. [Washington Post]

* But two Republican senators have issues with some of the memos Kagan wrote as a law clerk to Justice Marshall. [Associated Press via How Appealing]

* As new estimates double the rate of oil flowing into the gulf, the gusher of lawsuits against BP continues — aided by ad campaigns from plaintiffs’ lawyers. [New York Times]

* Meanwhile, Attorney General Eric Holder insists that “the American people will not pay a dime toward the cleanup of the Gulf region” because “BP will be held responsible.” [The BLT: Blog of the Legal Times]

* Tagged.com has been tagged with accusations of tolerating child pornography; New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo may sue. [Wired]

* He loves to work for people who fly and it shows: former Delta lawyer John Varley becomes the new general counsel of Virgin America. [Atlanta Business Chronicle]


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