The One and Only: For 16 years, Judge Diana Murphy has stood alone — the only woman ever to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit. "You get tired of being the only one," she tells Leigh Jones.
Oil Change: The companies at the center of the Gulf Coast oil spill are boosting their legal and lobbying firepower to help them through a growing backlash in Washington, Carrie Levine and David Ingram report.
Firms on Facebook: Jenna Greene reports on some of the oddities that appear on Facebook "community pages" for law firms — pages that were created on the site without the firms' consent.
Financial Overhaul Work: Congress is still negotiating its financial overhaul package, but the legislation is already creating work for law firms in several areas, Jeff Jeffrey reports.
State Suits and Toyota: Amanda Bronstad reports on how lawsuits in state courts could influence the direction of federal litigation involving Toyota's acceleration problems.
And in Inadmissible: Bad data from the federal prison bureau, the downside of mandatory retirement, another D.C./British merger, the vacuum on Hogan Lovells' board of directors, and more.