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Law blog roundup: To catch a thief

Enjoy today’s sunshine while you can… looks like Maryland’s going to have a doozy of a weather week. And, if you’re technologically inclined, head outside and catch up on these legal links.

  • Washington Post columnist Marc Fisher had the name, address and photo of the guy who burgled his home, after the guy posted pictures of himself on Fisher’s son’s Facebook page, wearing Fisher’s new winter coat, natch. It took police a lot longer to nab the guy, because, in the their words, burglaries just aren’t taken seriously. Even more surprising to Fisher was that it’s rare for thieves to do serious time.
  • The first FOIA suit seeking photos of Osama bin Laden after his capture and death has been filed.]
  • Catching up with Hogan Lovells one year after the merger that created the super-sized firm.
  • Your case will be heard in The Daily Record Courtroom #2. Not likely.
  • On the job bullying.
  • The former management company of reality TV star Bethenny Frankel (left) wants the $12 million it says she owes the company for helping her develop her Skinnygirl Cocktail brand, which she just sold for a cool $120 million.
  • Do the hopes and dreams of non-legal majors come down to this reality in today’s job market?