Held Captive: Three women missing for years escaped from a house Monday in the same Cleveland neighborhood where they were held captive, and police arrested a man in connection with their disappearance, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The man who helped rescue them has this must-see description.
Compensation Man: Washington attorney Ken Feinberg, who ran a compensation fund for victims of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, now is volunteering to oversee the $28 million fund for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, the McPherson Sentinel reports.
'Scorched Earth:' The plaintiffs lawyer who helped win a massive judgment against Chevron Corporation in Ecuador has asked to withdraw from the feud, claiming that Chevron's "scorched-earth" litigation approach has left him no choice, The Litigation Daily reports.
Patent Trolls?: U.S. District Court Judge Otis Wright II recommended federal prosecutors investigate the lawyers behind a BitTorrent copyright lawsuit factory, Wired.com reports.
NCAA Antitrust: An explanation of how U.S. District Court Judge Claudia Wilken's upcoming ruling in an antitrust case with the NCAA - where college atheletes are asking for class certification - could mean big liabilities for companies and college sports, from SBNation.com.