Blagojevich Guilty: Following former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's conviction on 17 counts of corruption, the Chicago Tribune speculates on how much time he'll spend in jail.
Google Suit: 1plusV, an Internet company based in France, has plans to sue Google in a Paris court on allegations that the Internet powerhouse unfairly shut out competitors. The New York Times reports that 1plusV will claim 295 million Euros - $421 million - in damages.
Last Day: The Supreme Court's 2010-2011 term ended Monday with a decision striking down a 2005 California law barring the sale of violent video games to minors. The National Law Journal's Tony Mauro has the story. Marcia Coyle reports on the court's decision to reject Arizona's public financing system for state elections.
$11 Million Review: The Los Angeles Times reports that the California Public Employees' Retirement System is reviewing why it paid Washington-based Steptoe & Johnson $11 million to conduct an internal review.
Hatch Act: Congress is reviewing the Hatch Act, the federal law regulating political participation by federal employees. The Washington Post notes that the statute also applies to D.C. employees working on federal programs.