Double Trouble: Former Baker & McKenzie partner Martin Weisberg has been indicted for a second time, reports the New York Law Journal via Law.com. Weisberg was charged with securities fraud last fall, and yesterday, prosecutors added another indictment for stealing from a client escrow account.
Patent Problem: Morgan, Lewis & Bockius is facing a malpractice suit brought by former client Landmark Screens, reports The Recorder via Law.com. Landmark claims the firm botched a patent application and then failed to disclose the mistake quickly enough.
Dell Ruling: The New York State Supreme Court released its ruling yesterday against Dell Inc. and the company’s financing arm for participating in deceptive business practices, reports the WSJ.
Voter Rights: The NYT reports on the voter rights cases currently gripping Texas, including one headed to trial today against Texas’ attorney General Greg Abbott and secretary of state Phil Wilson. In that suit, the Texas Democratic Party alleges intimidation against minority, predominantly Democratic voters.
Bratz:The federal copyright trial between Mattel and rival toymaker MGA Entertainment over the popular Bratz doll franchise began yesterday in California. The WaPo has more.