Hack Attack?: Hackers have apparently published what they claim to be financial records of Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. and Vice President Joe Biden, among others, TMZ reported.
No Rainy-Day Fund: U.S. Magistrate Judge James Francis recommended Patton Boggs should not use a $21.8 million bond to pay the law firm for representing Ecuadorian villagers in a dispute over the Amazon rain forest environmental with Chevron Corp, Reuters reported.
Applause Line: A group of white-collar lawyers gave applause to senior U.S. District Court Judge Jed Rakoff of the Southern District of New York, who told them that U.S. Sentencing Guidelines should be scrapped because they are too strict and often lead to arbitrary white-collar sentences, Main Justice reported.
"A Fool for a Client..." A Florida criminal defense lawyer had his mug shot posted in a gallery online... right next to his advertisement for his services appeared, making him an Internet sensation on Monday, The American Bar Association Journal reports.
Firm's Gift Sours: The Bush Ross Law firm in Tampa paid for and maintains a park near its offices, which has turned from urban oasis to full-time homeless park during the day because it is also near the Salvation Army, ABC7 reported.