Bailout Busters: Jenna Greene reports that the FDIC's new power to dissolve megacompanies — one with almost no judicial oversight and in which creditors' rights are few — is sending shock waves through the bankruptcy bar.
Impeachment Trial: David Ingram previews the upcoming trial in the U.S. Senate that could end in the removal of a New Orleans federal judge accused of decades of corruption, including an alleged kickback scheme with a law firm.
Sports Law: The high number of high-profile NCAA probes that have become public recently means a steady stream of business for a small complement of attorneys, Karen Sloan reports.
FBI Retaliation Trial: Mike Scarcella reports that an employment retaliation case challenging the FBI's hiring practices after the Sept. 11 terror attacks is scheduled for trial this month, and jurors are expected to hear testimony from former Director Louis Freeh.
Korean Trade Lobbying: President Barack Obama's push to move a long-stalled free-trade agreement with South Korea has breathed new life into a lobbying campaign by both Korea and the business community, Carrie Levine reports.
And in Inadmissible: Judge Janice Rogers Brown throws down on her colleagues, DOJ's Environment and Natural Resources Division gets satisfaction, D.C. courts switch banks and more. Click here.