Thursday, 1 September 2016

Morning Docket: 09.01.16

* Quinn Emanuel sanctioned by the U.S. International Trade Commission over the Apple-Samsung case. []

* No rest for the dissolving: Kenyon & Kenyon hit with malpractice suit. [Law360]

* Indiana’s Go Ahead And Hate Gays Religious Freedom Act invoked in child abuse defense. It’s truly a testament to how kerfunkered this whole election is that this episode isn’t going to be a devastating scandal for the Trump-Pence ticket. [Chicago Tribune]

* Former tech GC takes on housekeeping gig. [Corporate Counsel]

* Katten Muchin Rosenman; Manatt, Phelps & Phillips; and Eisner Jaffe all land stadium renaming deals, proving that there’s money to be made everywhere. Enjoy Park! [The Am Law Daily]

* Score one for the anti-trolls: A federal judge orders a lawyer to pay $22K in legal fees after he filed multiple lawsuits over the use of his pictures. [ABA Journal]

* Palestinian Authority terrorism verdict given the heave ho by Second Circuit. [NY Times]

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