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Law blog roundup

Happy bright and sunny Monday morning. Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts.

  • Byron Warnken weighs in on same-sex marriage.
  • In an interview a couple weeks ago, DLA Piper Chairman Frank Burch told me not to believe everything I read when I asked about the reported $5 million payday it had offered to new hire James Wareham. AM Law Daily breaks down the history of the firm’s $5 million man.
  • Speaking of DLA, word has it that one Julia Louis-Dreyfus will be stopping by the firm’s Mt. Washington office to film her HBO pilot, Veep. George Clooney’s movie Syriana also filmed at DLA’s Baltimore office.
  • Fighting fair could save a marriage from divorce.
  • Recounting Spiro Agnew’s fall from grace.
  • Dish Network will have to put Elmo before American Idol.
  • As partners continue to depart from Howrey, the Washington Post offers its take on the firm’s downward spiral and its efforts to find a new balance.