Loose Ends, 12-18-08


Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom:

“Eric Holder, President-elect Barack Obama’s choice for attorney general, will earn $4.6 million from his law firm [Covington & Burling] this year and next, including deferred compensation and a separation payment.” Because it’s not like you can live off a government salary anymore.  [Associated Press]

“Opinion 39” sounds like a case for Super Lawyers!  [NJ.com]

Edward Genson is going to make the Blagojevich case “fun.” He’s representing the still-fit-for-office governor hot off his victory for alleged child pornographer and (alleged) R&B star R. Kelly.  [The New York Times]

Time for a reality check: MTV has the nerve to burden the justice system by filming a “wedding” inside the Beverly Hills Courthouse only for The Hills’ Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag to possibly still not be legally hitched after two separate ceremonies.  It’s so murky that not even Seacrest can get to the bottom of it.  [Associated Press]

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