Terror Trials: A group of former Bush Administration officials tell The New York Times that limiting itself to either civilian terror trials or military commmissions, instead of using both, would hamper the White House.
TV Justices: More than 60% of voters think that televising U.S. Supreme Court proceedings would be "good for democracy," according to a new poll out today, writes The National Law Journal's Tony Mauro. More than half of voters think that the justices should be limited to 18 years on the bench.
Lawyers = Debt Relief Agencies: Lawyers are considered debt relief agencies under the 2005 bankruptcy reform bill, and are covered by its restrictions on advise to clients, The Supreme Court ruled Monday. The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle reports.
Goldman Sued: Goldman Sachs has been sued by shareholders over its executive compensation packages, Reuters reports.
Financial Reform Throwdown: Politico takes a look at the competing interests jockeying over financial reform -- everyone from the Pentagon to payday lenders.