American Idol

  • American Idol

    Contracts, Money, Music, Reality TV, Television

    Is Sony Stealing Money From ‘American Idol’ Stars?

    With the backing of name-brand stars, this suit could be one to watch.

    3 Comments / / Mar 4, 2014 at 2:59 PM
  • 220px-Simon_Cowell_in_December_2011-RF

    Biglaw, Job Searches, Law Schools

    Law School Throws ‘Job Idol’ Competition, Grand Prize: Not a Job

    There’s something very meta about law firms laying down money to watch student interview for jobs they won’t get. It’s like playing the Sims instead of going outside and interacting with other people.

    22 Comments / / Feb 22, 2013 at 10:25 AM
  • lindsay-lohan-black-dress

    Biglaw, Blank Rome, Books, California, Confirmations, Defamation, Lateral Moves, Lindsay Lohan, Morning Docket, Musical Chairs, New York Times, Partner Issues, Privacy, Prostitution, SCOTUS, Secretaries / Administrative Assistants, Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court

    Morning Docket: 01.30.13

    * Justice Sotomayor’s memoir made the NYT’s best-seller list, and in terms of sales, she’s officially beating the pants off other Supreme Court justices who’ve released books of a similar nature. [WSJ Law Blog (sub. req.)]

    * In case you were sleeping under a rock yesterday when this happened, John Kerry was confirmed by the Senate as secretary of state. Don’t think we’ll be getting a Texts From John Tumblr, though. [New York Times]

    * Despite having a “pretty spectacular” year, Blank Rome’s legal secretaries may soon find themselves blankly roaming in search of new employment. Better hurry up, the buyout offer expires on Friday! [Legal Intelligencer]

    * Straight up now tell me, do you really wanna sue me forever? Corey Clark once claimed he had an affair with American Idol judge Paula Abdul, and now he claims MoFo and Gibson Dunn defamed him. [Am Law Daily]

    * In this round of musical chairs, we learn that Orrick hoovered up three energy and project finance partners from Bingham, one of whom will co-chair the firm’s U.S. energy group. [Thomson Reuters News & Insight]

    * Remember the Zumba prostitution ring? Now we know you can’t be prosecuted for secretly filming Johns in the act in Maine, because there’s no expectation of privacy in “bordellos, whorehouses, and the like.”[Wired]

    * Energy drink makers are facing class action suits over claims made about their products. Fine, Red Bull may not give you wings, but it tastes like piss, and that’s gotta count for something, dammit. [National Law Journal]

    * Much like herpes, Lindsay Lohan’s legal drama is the gift that just keeps on giving. Her longtime lawyer Shawn Holley wants out, and her new lawyer, Mark Heller, isn’t even licensed to practice in California. [CNN]

    5 Comments / / Jan 30, 2013 at 9:10 AM
  • Judge Christina Harms

    Abortion, BU Law, Quote of the Day, Religion, State Judges

    Quote of the Day: This… Is American Jurisprudence!

    Being a judge is not like being a contestant on “American Idol.” You are not looking for votes. – Former Judge Christina Harms, commenting on the need for judicial independence in the court system. Harms recently came under fire after ordering that a schizophrenic woman have an abortion and be sterilized. Controversy arose when the […]

    38 Comments / / Feb 22, 2012 at 12:10 PM

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