Cases Deluge Boston Court: Sheri Qualters reports on the health-care related False Claims Acts cases that have flooded the federal court and the unusual procedural step to move them along: unsealing them.
Stevens' Influential Inning: Tony Mauro reports on how retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens played an important role in baseball player's rights nearly 44 years ago.
Judicial Campaign on Trial: The California Attorney General in their case against L.A. Superior Court Judge Harvey Silberman, accuse the judge of offering a bribe to another candidate to run against some else. Amanda Bronstad reports.
British Exports: Two more of the "Magic Circle" law firms appear to be moving in on Washington, hoping to leverage their global client base to build a strong D.C.-based regulatory practice. Matthew Huisman reports.
For Chinese-Americans, a Chance for an Apology: Andrew Ramonas reports on Covington & Burling's pro-bono lobbying efforts to get Congress to express regret for anti-Chinese laws in the 19th and 20th centuries.