Non-Sequiturs: 08.11.15

* The two-tiered partnership model turns out to be much more complicated than firms expected. That’s why we’re seeing moves like BakerHostetler’s proposed elimination of non-equity partners. [Big Law Business / Bloomberg BNA] * Graffiti artist files suit claiming fashion designer violated his copyright in his work. [The Legal Artist] * On the unpaid internship front, the Olsen twins have been sued by a former intern who claims she clocked 50-hour weeks and didn’t earn a penny from her multimillionaire bosses. [New York Daily News] * Before the 25th Amendment, the ill-defined line of succession could have landed one of these guys in the White House. [Constitution Daily] * Who said it: Justice Scalia or a YouTube commenter talking about Magic Mike XXL? [Suited Gladiators] * There’s a big gap between law school graduates and practice-ready skills. Somewhere the ABA is scheming about how to turn this into the case for four-year law schools. [LexisNexis] * California is removing the word “Alien” from the labor code. Because symbolic gestures are still important gestures. [Associated Press via NBC]

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

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