Convicting: A Pennsylvania jury on Friday convicted former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky on 45 of 48 counts of child sex abuse, The Legal Intelligencer reports. "It was a day of justice," said Philadelphia plaintiffs attorney Thomas Kline, who represents a man known as Victim 5.
Keeping Quiet: With the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on the health care law expected this week, The Associated Press examines how the court in the Internet age is able to keep quiet about how it will rule. Lawyer Stephen Miller, who clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia, said lawyers would shun a clerk who leaked information from the court. "So what's in it for a clerk to leak?" Miller said.
Clearing Out: Former clients of Dewey & LeBoeuf would have 45 days to claim documents from the defunct firm if a bankruptcy court judge approves its plan to clear out hundreds of thousands of boxes, The Am Law Daily reports. "[M]ost of the Client Files are not only unnecessary" for the bankruptcy proceeding, "but their maintenance imposes a significant ongoing burden to the estate's effective administration," according to Dewey.
More Filings: A man who has filed some type of legal action in more than 3,000 cases across the United States has struck again, the Orlando Sentinel reports. In his latest filings, Jonathan Lee Riches has sought restraining orders this month against almost all of the Kardashian family, as well as slain teenager Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman, who is charged with killing him. "He should file a third lawsuit seeking a restraining order against me, because the first chance I get, I'm going to knock him out," said Darren McKinney, spokesman for the American Tort Reform Association. "He ought to be worried about me and other taxpayers who are fed up with clowns like him wasting our precious court resources."