• Mark my words, we haven’t even begun to open the can of works re ex-Penn State general counsel Cynthia Baldwin and the weird conflict of interest where she told the grand jury she was representing Paterno and co. — not Penn State.  [Philadelphia Business Times]
  • Justice Joan Orie Melvin apparently subpoenaed a Supreme Court Justice and four court administrators for evidence in her corruption trial, but they all won motions to quash.  Man, this is going to get ugly.  [Trib]
  • Despite a slowdown in the energy business, tons of energy out-of-state energy law firms are opening in Southwestern Pennsylvania. If energy picks up, “the pace will be faster,” a guy says.  [Pittsburgh Business Times]
  • Tucker Arensberg beat a claim of legal malpractice.  [Legal Intelligencer]
  • The Jordan Miles case started today.  [Post-Gazette]
  • Fear not, coders: Computers are not replacing real live document reviewers.  [Frank!]