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The Daily Memo - 12/18/07

check.jpgPoor Pam Anderson just can’t find true love as she, once again, files for divorce, this time from her hubby of only two months. (Yahoo! News)

check.jpgA federal judge has told Bush and his crew to get bent, ruling that the White House visitor logs are public documents subject to the Freedom of Information Act. (FindLaw)

check.jpgHave Blockbuster and Facebook gotten themselves in legal hot water thanks to Facebook’s Beacon debacle? (Computer World)

check.jpgA new California state law says that stores have to give cash refunds for gift cards with balances under ten bucks. (Metroblogging Los Angeles)

check.jpgYikes — Santa Clause has been arrested by Stormtroopers and the Emperor is now running Christmas. (Gizmodo)

check.jpgIn Cali, lawyers can’t use opposing counsel’s privileged docs, even if that lawyer makes a boo-boo by giving them out. (Law.com)

check.jpgAmbulance chasing joins the blogosphere. (Overlawyered)

check.jpgThere may soon be a settlement in the massive class-action lawsuit against a classy Ohio landlord who allegedly videotaped a few of his 600 tenants. (Toledo Blade)