* Smart women, foolish choices? Alexandra Marchuk might regret turning down a $425,001 offer of judgment from the defendants in Marchuk v. Faruqi & Faruqi, in which she wound up getting a $140,000 verdict. [Law360 (sub. req.)]
* In other news from high-profile sexual harassment cases, the trial in Harvard Law grad Ellen Pao’s lawsuit against venture capital behemoth Kleiner Perkins got underway yesterday. [USA Today]
* A guilty verdict and a life sentence in the “American Sniper” trial. [New York Times]
* J.J. Nelson v. Adidas: coming to a 1L Contracts casebook near you? [ESPN]
* Law schools dropping the LSAT: a trend in the making? [BloombergBusiness]
* The latest in Deidre Clark v. Allen & Overy: is plaintiff Deidre Dare ready for her
close-uppsychological exam? [New York Law Journal]
* As he runs for Congress, what does Staten Island district attorney Daniel M. Donovan Jr. have to say about the Eric Garner case? [New York Times]
Based on his videotaped deposition, this retired managing partner could have a second career as a reader of erotic audiobooks.
Kinney’s head of Asia recruiting, Evan Jowers, is in Hong Kong today through March 4 and has some slots still available for meetings on this trip. Please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to set up a meeting with Evan. His next trip to Hong Kong will be in late March.
Remember former Allen & Overy associate Deidre Dare, and her effort to raise $25,000 online through Kickstarter, to publish her sex-soaked novel about expat escapades? Did she succeed?
Deidre Dare, the expat lawyer who was terminated from Allen & Overy after writing a “sexy” e-novel, is back, and this time she’s suing the firm in the Big Apple. Her claims of unfair termination didn’t work in London, so now she’s asking the courts for $35 million over her supervising partner’s alleged sexual advances. Maybe this will help her raise money to publish her new book…