AIG Suit: AIG has filed the first of what could be several possible lawsuits against financial institutions it has accused of fraud in an attempt to recoup billions of dollars in damages, Am Law Litigation Daily reports.
Criminal History: The New York Times looks at how the Internet has made criminal background checks a standard part of the job-hiring process. A number of new lawsuits are challenging how employers factor criminal records in considering applicants.
WikiLeaks Investigation: A newly-uncovered legal document offers some insight into the legal strategies being considered by federal prosecutors in the WikiLeaks investigation, the Washington Post reports.
Big Day: More than two billion people around the world are believed to have watched the royal wedding this morning between Prince William and Kate Middleton. The Guardian, along with every other major news outlet around the world, has full coverage.