On the List: The National Law Journal's Tony Mauro and David Ingram report on a new set of names of possible contenders to fill Justice John Paul Stevens' seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Stepping Down: Andrew Stern, the most politically influential and controversial union official in the country, is preparing to resign his position as president of the Service Employees International Union, the Washington Post reports.
Alter Ego: In the years before its collapse, Lehman Brothers shifted investments off its books by using a small company whose board it controlled, according to The New York Times.
Poor Showing: Average revenue among the top 10 US firms in London fell by 12 % there in 2009. Of the top 20 US firms, only Latham & Watkins managed to raise its London revenue last year, The Lawyer reports.
Into the Black: Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc said on Monday that its bankruptcy court confirmed its reorganization plan and that it expects to emerge from bankruptcy later this year, according to Reuters.
Bribery Investigation: Avon Products Inc. has suspended four executives amid an internal investigation into alleged bribery that began with the company's China operation and, according to a person familiar with the probe, now involves a dozen or more countries, The Wall Street Journal reports.