Plan Approved: Bankruptcy Judge Mary Walrath in the District of Delaware rejected arguments from the IRS and approved an exit plan for Solyndra, a failed solar-panel maker that received a $535 million in a federal loan guarantee before going bankrupt, Bloomberg reports.
Blending in: Goodwin Liu might have fallen short in his bid to become a federal judge, but he has blended in easily on California's Supreme Court, The Los Angeles Times reports.
Mug Shots Down: A South Carolina lawyer wants jails to stop posting mug shots of people booked into their facilities, because the photos are then picked up by websites and spread across the Internet without any care for whether the person was guilty, The Associated Press reported.
Law Appointment Denied: A conservative lawyer testified Monday that the University of Iowa's law school faculty blocked her appointment to the school based on her conservative views and work for groups opposing abortion, a case that could mean more lawsuits alleging political bias at left-leaning law schools, Fox News reports.
Collider Colliding: A higher court in Germany has struck down the case of a woman who was concerned that the Large Hadron Collider in Europe would create a black hole and destroy the planet, Fox News reports.