• Reed Smith, K&L Gates appear on another list of the top 100 law firms in the country.  [Pittsburgh Business Times]
  • Sandusky defense rests its case and maybe we can spend a couple days free from the parade of awful accusations.  [Trib]
  • Third Circuit: You can convict some guys of violating the Fair Housing Act when they beat a man to death to keep him from moving into the neighborhood — even if that his race wasn’t the only reason why you beat him to death.  [Legal Intelligencer]  This story doesn’t say why Fair Housing was the particular angle they pursued in going after the alleged murderers, but I guess it’s good to know you can’t get around that by saying “Well, but I also beat him to death because he looked at me funny” or something.
  • Downtown law firm is looking for a litigation support attorney.  You get $20 per hour plus use of office space to build your business but you have to give them a percentage of all the business you bring in, but you get mentoring and whatnot.  It could be interesting and it has to beat doc review.  [Craigslist]
  • Choice Counsel is still/once again seeking attorneys who to do doc review in West Virginia.  [Craigslist]
  • Heinz is looking for a tax attorney.  Yay ketchup! [Heinz]