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  • The media has been having a field day with Sandusky’s attorney for telling everyone to call 1-800-REALITY, but he is apparently well regarded among his local criminal defense lawyers and law enforcement. Also, he has successfully gotten acquittals in some insane-sounding rape cases.  [Post-Gazette]
  • BNY Mellon moves to dismiss the fraud charges against them by the New York attorney general.  [Post-Gazette]
  • K&L’s billing records show that now-bankrupt and disgraced solar company Solyndra being investigated by the FBI, U.S. Attorneys’ Office, and Department of Energy.  [CaliforniaWatch]
  • Littler Mendelson (the employer-side labor law behemoth affectionately known as “Hitler Mendelson” in San Francisco) is opening an office in Morgantown, West Virginia. [West Virginia Record]
  • Along with having the meanest sports fans, Philly is named the biggest “judicial hellhole” by the American Tort Reform Foundation for the second year in a row.  [Madison Record]
  • Pittsburgh Trademark Lawyer on the hazards of blogging about your clients, an issue near and dear to my heart.  [Pittsburgh Trademark Lawyer]
  • Cliff Tuttle bids an appropriate farewell to the Pitt football coach who resigned by text message.  [Pittsburgh Legal Backtalk]