Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 07.21.10

* There’s a fine line between flirting and stalking. [ABA Journal]

* The summer associate hiring numbers. [AmLaw Daily]

* In the case of “the man who may share ownership of Facebook with Zuckerberg,” Facebook got out of state court, but things aren’t looking great in federal court. Mark Zuckerberg is “unsure” whether he signed the contract in 2003 granting an 84% ownership of Facebook to Paul Ceglia. [CNN; Bloomberg]

* Conservatives do; liberals teach. (Though this whole study may be skewed given where it was done.) [National Law Journal via ABA Journal]

* The SEC is hiring. [CNN]

* Bar studier gone crazy at University of Montana School of Law? [Missoulian]

* Actually, Blago may not take the stand to talk about all that jazz. [Associated Press]

* The First Amendment trumps a purple heart law. [Wired]

* Law firms, CHECK YOU BOOKKEEPERS. [Tampa Bay Online]

* Fortress Investment Group sues a New York law firm, alleging that it aided the Dreier Ponzi scheme by acting as an “opinion mill.” [Wall Street Journal]

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