More Jobs: The legal industry in April picked up 2,100 jobs, The Am Law Daily reports.
Seeking Release: Robel Phillipos, the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev friend accused of lying to authorities probing the Boston Marathon bombing, will try to secure his release from federal custody on Monday, The New York Times reports. Derege Demissie and Susan Church, Phillipo's lawyers, said in the court papers that the charges against their client were "refutable."
Tax Bill: Internet sales tax legislation is expected to go up for a vote in the U.S. Senate on Monday, CNNMoney reports. "We think this will help level the playing field," said Stephen Schatz, a spokesman for the National Retail Federation, one of the bill's biggest backers.
Harper Lee: Harper Lee, the 87-year-old author of "To Kill a Mockingbird," has filed a suit that accuses her literary agent of taking advantage of her age and infirmity when she assigned the copyright to him six years ago, the Los Angeles Times reports.