Demi Moore

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    Morning Docket

    Morning Docket: 07.21.15

    * Because sometimes the application of the law seems like an indecent proposal: Demi Moore is “in absolute shock” because she may be facing a lawsuit for negligent supervision due to a pool drowning that occurred at her home while she was out of the country. [Fox News]

    * “The bow tie is a manifestation of my unwillingness to become part of the rabble.” Male lawyers face harsh criticism about their fashion choices, too, and these New Jersey attorneys will wear their bow ties with pride, no matter what. [Bergen Record]

    * In a recent interview, Justice Alito critiqued his SCOTUS colleagues for adopting a seemingly limitless interpretation of the 14th Amendment: “I don’t know what the limits of substantive liberty protection under the 14th Amendment are at this point.” [Legal Times]

    * If you’d like to be a federal appellate judge by the age of 35, then Judge Alex Kozinski of the Ninth Circuit has some advice for you. First and foremost, know where to “peddle your wares” — get a job in Washington, D.C., ASAP. [Concurring Opinions via ABA Journal]

    * Managing partners, repeat this mantra: Don’t do a Dewey! Thanks to the D&L financial disaster, Biglaw firms have decided to cut back on or ditch bank loans completely and get by with a little help from their friends partners in times of need. [Wall Street Journal]

    18 Comments / / Jul 21, 2015 at 9:01 AM
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    Ask the Experts, Biglaw, Books, Movies, Partner Issues, Pro Bono

    The ATL Interrogatories: 10 Questions with Larren Nashelsky of Morrison & Foerster

    Larren Nashelsky of Morrison & Foerster shares his insights into the legal profession.

    / May 15, 2013 at 2:23 PM
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    Divorce Train Wrecks

    Adventures in Gold Digging: Soros Case Welcomes a New Lawyer

    The ex-girlfriend of billionaire George Soros has hired a new high-powered divorce lawyer to pursue her $50 million claim.

    7 Comments / / Mar 5, 2013 at 3:26 PM