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Morning Docket: 05.16.23

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* John Durham publishes report ripping all of the wrongdoing that he may by no means substantiate throughout all of the years taxpayers paid him to research. It is the authorized equal of “look, I know she was into me… no I by no means requested her out, however I stalked her for awhile and I am constructive she’d have completely been into me if I had.” In different phrases, the right doc for the Fox viewers. [Law360]

* Biglaw attorneys have taken to TikTok and their employers are fearful about their on-line personas. Take the ethical panic Biglaw had over the web, after which Fb, after which Twitter, and simply insert it right here. [Bloomberg Law News]

* Wells Fargo places up a billion {dollars} to settle shareholder complaints that the financial institution misled them over its compliance with the orders entered after the final time the financial institution misled them. [Reuters]

* Legislation companies are leasing workplace area once more. A lot for utilizing the teachings of the pandemic to chop overhead and possibly give purchasers a break. [American Lawyer]

* Ukraine’s prime Supreme Courtroom justice accused of taking huge bribe. Has Harlan Crow ever been to Kyiv? [Radio Free Europe]

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