Remembering 9/11: The New York Times reports on how Americans commemorated the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Court Commemoration: The New York Law Journal reports on the New York courts' observance of Sept. 11.Three court officers were killed during the terrorist attacks.
SEC Fundraiser: A nonprofit legal organization used the name of its co-founder -- a Securities and Exchange Commission lawyer -- to secure donations from law firms that represent clients before the SEC, The Wall Street Journal reports. Patrick Oot, the agency’s special counsel for electronic discovery, helped establish the Electronic Discovery Institute in 2006.
AT&T Judge: Bloomberg profiles U.S. District Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle, who was assigned the antitrust challenge to the proposed merger between AT&T Inc. and T-Mobile USA. “This is not a good selection for the [Justice Department] antitrust division,” said David Balto, a Washington antitrust lawyer.
Objection: The Oklahoma Attorney General's Office is fighting against a Justice Department request to prolong federal court monitoring of conditions in the state's juvenile detention system, The Tulsa World reports. The oversight of the juvenile detention system was slated to end this year. The state agreed to the oversight as part of a settlement of a 2006 lawsuit brought by the DOJ in response to reported problems at an Oklahoma juvenile detention facility, including assaults and suicides.