Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 10.28.10

Chris Armstrong - the young man who's driving Andrew Shirvell to distraction.

* This potential closet case probably would have been more excited if Chris Armstrong had dropped his pants instead of his request for an order of protection. [Associated Press]

* Comcast tried, but grandma still died. Grandpa is now suing the cable company for allegedly mishandling emergency calls, resulting in his wife bleeding to death on Thanksgiving. [Washington Post]

* There’s a fraternity in North Carolina where you can get three thousand pages of foreclosure documents and unlimited booze. Where can I robo-sign up? [Bloomberg]

* Ever seen a courtroom filled with saline and silicone? Like a good bra, Judge Buchwald has given this Penthouse class action suit a lot of support. [New York Post]

* Darrell Cook’s emergency motion for a continuance was granted while he was on a plane to San Francisco to see Game 1 of the World Series. Too bad the Rangers choked. [Dallas Morning News]

* LimeWire is permanently closing its doors. Don’t worry, there are tons of other places where you can download mislabeled music, viruses, and hardcore porn. [WSJ Law Blog]

* Remember Lawyer of the Day, Charna Johnson? Maybe she can channel become possessed by Johnnie Cochran during her disbarment hearing. [National Law Journal]

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