All the right moves: Leigh Jones explores the recent successes of Houston-based Burleson LLP, a 120-attorney firm with an energy focus that's been fueled by commodity oil and gas title work - unsexy, less lucrative matters passed over by larger firms.
Counterfeit battles heat up on Web: A proposed law to combat digital piracy stalled last year in the face of widespread public opposition, but Sheri Qualters reports that district courts are embracing its controversial remedies against Internet companies that do business with alleged infringers in trademark cases.
Juror removal spurs appeal: The D.C. Court of Appeals will decide whether a judge's decision to replace a juror in a murder trial and his handling of the situation warrants a new trial for the defendant. Zoe Tillman has the story.
Family matters: Tony Mauro reports that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's mysterious recusal in a bankruptcy case decided on May 29 may have been triggered by his son Justin's professional prominence in a financial field affected by the case.