Paul Kevin Curtis

  • lance-armstrong-sad

    Biglaw, Crime, Deaths, Dewey & LeBoeuf, Law Professors, Law Schools, Money, Morning Docket, Texas

    Morning Docket: 04.24.13

    * The DOJ is seeking treble damages against Lance Armstrong over his USPS sponsorship funds, alleging the athlete was “unjustly enriched.” This lawsuit is clearly on steroids; the bike dude’s got an eye for that sort of thing. [NBC News]

    * Dewey know how much Steven Davis had to fork over to the firm’s estate to settle its mismanagement claims against him? It’s pocket change compared to what some former partners had to pay into the partner contribution plan. [Am Law Daily]

    * “Golden handcuffs,” law school style: the Texas attorney general’s office is looking into the UT Law School Foundation. Apparently giving out forgivable loans to law profs like candy is a big no-no. [Austin Business Journal]

    * Duncan Law hopes to get ABA accreditation through its conflict resolution center, which will “attract more students.” Yep, because more students equals more job opportunities. [Knoxville New Sentinel]

    * The accused ricin guy might’ve been a whackjob, but the charges were dropped. His lawyer believes he was framed by a guy who was recently arrested on child molestation charges. Cray! [Bloomberg]

    * Edward de Grazia, defender of sexually explicit novels in Jacobellis v. Ohio, RIP. [New York Times]

    1 Comment / / Apr 24, 2013 at 9:12 AM
  • Note that even this guy doesn't actually use ricin.

    Crime

    Prosecutor Says This Ricin Guy Is A Real Whackjob Too

    In other, whackjob news…

    58 Comments / / Apr 19, 2013 at 12:20 PM
  • 201341981718198734_20

    Media and Journalism, Morgan Stanley, Murder, Texas

    Morning Docket: 04.19.13

    * Fast moving developments in the Boston case. The FBI wanted your help finding these guys. Now it says one is already dead and the other is on the run. [New York Times] * Wow. The accused ricin mailer is messed up. [Washington Post] * Lawyer turns down an $8M settlement and wins $130M. If […]

    2 Comments / / Apr 19, 2013 at 9:02 AM

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