Database Blues: Oracle Corp. may have settled its False Claims Act suit for $199.5 million, which the company called an unfortunate "distraction." But court records tell a different story. Jenna Greene reports on the case, which involves allegations that Oracle overcharged the government tens of millions of dollars for software, and that the company hired Reed Smith to produce a "selective and misleading" report — whether firm lawyers knew it or not — that made it appear Oracle had done nothing wrong.
Batting Cleanup: The law firms involved in the bankruptcy proceedings of the Los Angeles Dodgers have already generated millions of dollars in requests for fees, with some lawyers charging upwards of $1,000 per hour. Amanda Bronstad reports.
Occupy the Court: Zoe Tillman reports on the Occupy Wall Street protests and the challenges they expect to pose in court, as few protesters are expected to plea guilty.
Exporter's Scarlet Letter: Mike Scarcella reports on a lawsuit in Washington federal district court to uncover why the State Department denied export requests by technology company AEM.
Legal Services Brace for Cuts: Members of Congress are in the midst of negotiations that likely will lead to another cut in funding for the Legal Services Corp. Andrew Ramonas reports.