Late Thursday: President Barack Obama announced three nominees for D.C. Superior Court, The BLT reported. The nominees require Senate confirmation.
Regulators' Book Club: NPR features three lawyers at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. who are helping to write banking regulations out of the Dodd-Frank overhaul law.
Shaken-Baby Questions: The New York Times Magazine this upcoming Sunday reports on some of the medical and legal uncertainty surrounding "shaken-baby" cases, focusing on one criminal case in Northern Virginia.
Barbie Wars: A federal antitrust lawsuit alleges that Mattel tried to freeze out rival Bratz fashion dollars after they began crippling sales of Barbie, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Skilling Son Found Dead: John Taylor Skilling, the 20-year-old son of former Enron Corp. president Jeffrey Skilling, was found dead this week in his apartment in Santa Ana, Calif., The Wall Street Journal reports.