Secret Challenges: Known only as "Company Doe," a business is "blazing new trails in judicial secrecy" in a federal lawsuit battle about the Consumer Product Safety Commission's SaferProducts.gov website, The Oregonian prints.
Supreme Turnaround: The U.S. Supreme Court's two newest justices, Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor, have done an about-face when it comes to video coverage of the court's arguments, The New York Times reports.
Getting a Bad Rep: Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. and his wife face possible federal prison time with in a few months, having pleaded guilty to a scheme to spend $750,000 in campaign funds on personal items like furs, a gold watch, a football signed by U.S. presidents and even a hat once owned by Michael Jackson, The Associated Press reports.
Scandal in Courtroom: A Tampa attorney with social and political ties in the community, including leading a 120-lawyer firm, has been accused of setting up an opposing attorney for a DUI arrest last month, The Tampa Bay Times reports.
Terps Lawsuit Stays: The Atlantic Coast Conference's lawsuit against Maryland over the $52 million exit fee for the Terps leaving the conference can move forward, The Baltimore Sun reports.