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  • Newspapers continue to wring their hands and wonder whatever shall be done about the Supreme Court’s redistricting decision.  [Legal Intelligencer]
  • House Speaker Sam Smith filed a lawsuit to stop state elections, arguing that the 2001 district boundaries are now unconstitutional.  [Post-Gazette]
  • The oil and gas practice of Burleson LLP just added another lawyer.  [MarketWatch]
  • Some positive unemployment numbers in Pittsburgh, but there are still more people looking for jobs than there were in 2007.  [Trib]
  • Former House Speaker Bill DeWeese may testify on his own behalf as soon as Wednesday.  [Trib]
  • How can law firms rein in e-discovery costs? One way is by creating standalone groups in “secondary markets” to handle it.  Secondary markets = places where the labor is cheap — like Pittsburgh!  [Law.com]