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January 10 Digest

Posted By Administration, Thursday, January 10, 2019

In Petulant Filing, Reed Smith's Dubelier Blames Judge for Being Mean        Following a rebuke from a federal judge, the lawyer for Concord Management has submitted a snappish legal filing in                                                                                           Read the full story at The National Law Journal

Justice Kavanaugh Raises Questions About Overruling Precedent                         "The question is how we figure out what the compelling reason is, and that's very difficult," Kavanaugh said at oral                                                                                               Read the full story at The National Law Journal

Kavanaugh's First Opinion Is Unanimous Win for Arbitration                                     The decision, a win for Williams & Connolly's Kannon Shanmugam, came in the first of three arbitration cases before                                                                                               Read the full story at The National Law Journal  

Federal Judiciary Says 'Limited Funds' Will Expire Jan. 18                                             "In an effort to achieve this goal, courts have been asked to delay or defer non-mission critical expenses, such as                                                                                             Read the full story at The National Law Journal

Justices Would Get Ethics Code Under Democrats' Bill                                                 The bill is the latest of repeated efforts by Congress to impose an ethics code on the Supreme Court, which is exempt.                                                                                              Read the full story at The National Law Journal

Justices Debate Overturning Precedent in California Tax Case                                     Wilmer's Seth Waxman argued for the state of California asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a decision that permits                                                                                 Read the full story at The Recorder 

Munger Tolles Did It. Why Can'y You?                                                                               The firm has elected eight new partners, and 60 percent of them are women or lawyers of color.                                                                                                                             Read the full story at The Recorder 

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