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The Daily Memo - 5/18/07

check.jpgParis’ jail sentence was cut in half, to 23 days, because of … her good behavior? (CNN)

check.jpgThe House has approved legislation giving lawyers loan forgiveness (up to $60K) if they do three years of public work as a prosecutor or public defender. (WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgAnd speaking of lawyers and money, three New York judges have filed a lawsuit trying to get high judicial salaries. (Sui Generis)

check.jpgGoogle got a big win in the copyright lawsuit over its use of thumbnail images in its image search results, although the battle isn’t over yet. (Law.com)

check.jpgNew York’s attorney general has sued Dell, claiming fraud, false advertising and a failure to honor rebates and warranties. (Engadget)

check.jpgThe Tax Court has ruled that California companies which provide the dying with medical marijuana cannot deduct their expenses. (Tax Prof Blog via ATL)

check.jpgMumia Abu-Jamal just had another appeal heard in federal court. (CNN)