Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 04.11.11

* Remember how in Boumediene we said Guantanamo terror detainees could challenge their confinement? Yeah, about that. [Washington Post]

* “Do you know who I am?” No, sorry, Allen Iverson, but no one really follows Turkish basketball. The Atlanta police called a technical foul on the ex-NBA star for unsportsmanlike conduct. [CNN Justice]

* You can run, you can hide, but you can’t escape his love – especially if it isn’t violent, harassing, or abusive. FYI for all tall, young, hot nymphs: Kenneth Kratz is still the prize. [Appleton Post Crescent]

* Yet another adventure in IP law. Christian Louboutin is seeing red over Yves Saint Laurent’s spring 2011 shoe collection. [ABC News]

* Ladies at Allen & Overy have been asked to lower their hem lines, because let’s face it, not everyone is law firm hot. No one wants to see your thunder thighs. [Daily Mail]

* Prozac is giving this woman anxiety after using her picture for marketing ads without permission. This probably would be funnier if Xanax had yoinked the model’s picture instead. [New York Post]

* The Bratz/Barbie case has been sent to a jury for deliberation. Soon, we will know who owns the rights to America’s skankiest doll line for kids. [Los Angeles Times]

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