Facebook and the Twins: Michael Schrag, a lawyer for Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, says the dismissal of the twins' 2004 trade secrets suit against Facebook and founder Mark Zuckerberg doesn't mark the end of their legal battle with the social networking Web site and its creator, The American Lawyer reports.
Secret Misconduct: Lawyers contending with sanctions in Iowa would have the opportunity to keep their misconduct secret under a proposed rule, The Des Moines Register reports.
Suspension: Former Interim U.S. Attorney Laurie Magid of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania accepted a 100-day suspension from the Justice Department for defying federal restrictions on political contributions, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The violations stem from fund-raisers Magid, now an assistant U.S. Attorney, held for Rep. Patrick Meehan (R-Pa.) and former Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, a Republican-turned-Democrat.
Passing: Senior U.S. District Court Judge Malcolm Muir of the Middle District of Pennsylvania died Friday, The Patriot-News reports. The 96-year-old judge was brought to a hospital Tuesday after a clerk discovered him hunched over his desk in his chambers. Muir, who served 40 years on the court, was the fourth oldest federal judge.
American Indians: The Justice Department is asking Congress to give American Indian tribes more tools to fight domestic violence in Indian Country, The Associated Press reports.