The Enforcer: Jenna Greene takes a look at the SEC's enforcement chief Robert Khuzami's "cleanup of major proportions," and his new, smaller-scale prosecutions which indicate his division is catching problems before they turn into Madoffs.
Red-Hot Red Box: Red Box, which owns those kiosks you may have rented a DVD from over the weekend, claims in court that Hollywood forces are ganging up on the company in violation of antitrust laws, according to this story by Amanda Bronstad.
Learning from the Stevens Case: The Justice Department is fashioning new procedures to make sure prosecutors "play by the rules" to avoid a debacle like the Ted Stevens case, reports Mike Scarcella in this story. But some defense lawyers say the changes won't go far enough in ensuring federal prosecutors share exculpatory evidence.
Health Care and the Law: If the reform package that is passed includes a requirement that everyone obtain health coverage, the battle will shift from Capitol Hill to the courthouse, Marcia Coyle predicts here.
Law Firm Diversity Stalls: Among law firms in the Legal Times 150, the increase in minority associates and partners has been minimal, Jeff Jeffrey reports in this story.