Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 07.25.11

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* Where does Amy Winehouse’s estate go? Here’s a suggestion that it goes… wait for it… Back to Blake. Get it? You guys get it. [Gawker]

* In the other news that dominated the weekend, Norway’s resident nightmare factory, Anders Breivik, wants to explain himself in court. [Reuters]

* Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s accuser has begun her media blitz. Last prosecutor out, please turn off the lights. [Newsweek via New York Post]

* To those who pout about the generally positive coverage of gay marriage on this site, here’s a Washington Times story connecting Jonathan Turley’s Sister Wives lawsuit to gay marriage. You’re welcome. [Washington Times]

* And to those who can’t get enough positive coverage of gay marriage, a recap of all the gay marrying in New York over the weekend. Congratulations, Ms. Siegel and Ms. Kopelov. You kids crushed it. [New York Times]

* A new rule proposed by the Labor Department may require law firms to disclose work they do if it’s used to “persuade workers on union activity.” Seems like as good a time as any to link to this bunny rabbit eating parsley. [Washington Post]

* Charles Manatt, former DNC chair and founding partner of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, R.I.P. [Los Angeles Times]

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