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  • Morning Docket

    Morning Docket 07.21.09

    * New York is considering the Madoff bill: making rich prisoners foot their own prison bills. No word as to whether tipping the prison warden is suggested during the holiday season. [Reuters via Daily Beast] * Part of the U.S. DOJ is relocating from D.C. to South Carolina. [Associated Press] * Doctors prescribing gag orders? […]

    27 Comments / / Jul 21, 2009 at 9:10 AM
  • Harvard, Police, Racism

    The Gatesgate Arrest Scandal: Harvard Law Prof Charles Ogletree to Represent

    We mentioned Gatesgate yesterday in Non-Sequiturs. Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., a prominent African-American studies scholar, was arrested on Thursday after a neighbor called police to report that Gates was trying to break into his own home. The New York Times says Gates was returning from a trip to China, and that his door […]

    192 Comments / / Jul 21, 2009 at 7:26 AM
  • Accounting / Accountants, Admin, Announcements, Going Concern

    Making Accounting Sexy: Meet Going Concern

    The Breaking Media family of sites — which until now consisted of Above the Law, Dealbreaker, and Fashionista — continues to grow. Today ATL welcomes a little sibling: Going Concern, a blog for accountants, CFOs, and business finance executives. Going Concern will be similar to ATL, but aimed at CPAs rather than JDs, or the […]

    / Jul 20, 2009 at 6:15 PM
  • Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs: 07.20.09

    * Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. was arrested for trying to break into his own home. I predict a very lucrative future lawsuit of the day. [Transracial] * Speaking of Harvard, HLS is offering a seminar on evil this semester. At least they are dispensing with the pleasantries and directly teaching 3Ls how to […]

    69 Comments / / Jul 20, 2009 at 5:07 PM
  • Job Searches, Summer Associates

    Paul Weiss Pulls Out Of Boston

    Maybe the recruiting people at Paul Weiss read all of the comments from Massholes about Massholes on Thursday’s Suffolk Law thread, and decided to change their recruiting strategy? Or maybe the legal economy really isn’t getting any better? Despite the firm’s generally strong showing during the recession, Paul Weiss has decided to pull out of […]

    91 Comments / / Jul 20, 2009 at 12:21 PM
  • Biglaw, Twittering

    Did Biglaw Get Twitterjacked?

    Can social networking benefit Biglaw firms? On the one hand, any way for firms to directly reach prospective clients and new hires sounds like something that should garner Biglaw interest. On the other hand, sites like Twitter have yet to prove themselves as a business generation tool. But regardless of whether you think Biglaw firms […]

    32 Comments / / Jul 20, 2009 at 11:17 AM
  • Salary Cuts

    Nationwide Salary Cut Watch: Foley & Lardner Goes Down 10%

    While firms seem to be focused on dealing with their summer associates and future summer associates over the past couple of weeks, there are still regular full time associates working at Biglaw firms. They’re not extinct. And they still get paid. It’s just that they are getting paid less. Foley & Lardner has become the […]

    116 Comments / / Jul 20, 2009 at 10:00 AM
  • Morning Docket

    Morning Docket 07.20.09

    * A look at the Dreier detective work performed by Mark F. Pomerantz of Paul Weiss (with a little human resources consulting thrown in). [New York Times] * Neil Armstrong Dial dreamed of going to space, but instead he went to Foster Pepper in Seattle. [Seattle Times] * Ex-SEC head Christopher Cox is heading to […]

    14 Comments / / Jul 20, 2009 at 8:47 AM