On Notice: Stephen Horvath, executive partner of Dewey & LeBoeuf, on Friday sent to the firm's U.S. employees a memo that said "it is possible that adverse developments could ultimately result in the closure of the Firm," providing the clearest signal yet that Dewey is close to shutting its doors, The Am Law Daily reports.
Growing: The legal sector expanded by 3,900 jobs in April, The Am Law Daily reports. The sector lost 1,700 positions in March.
'Peaceful Struggle': Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-described mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, and four of his alleged co-conspirators on Saturday appeared for their arraignment in a Guantanamo Bay military courtroom, The Washington Post reports. The “arraignment demonstrates that this will be a long, hard-fought, but peaceful struggle against secrecy, torture and the misguided institution of the military commission," said James Connell, a lawyer for defendant Ali Abd Aziz Ali.
Unprotected Speech: A federal judge in Norfolk, Va., has ruled that clicking the "like" button on Facebook isn't protected speech, The Associated Press reports. A group of six workers at a Virginia sheriff's office had sued their boss, claiming that they were fired after "liking" the page of his election opponent.