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The Daily Memo - 7/11/07

check.jpgTalk about creepy - Wal-Mart’s being sued for collecting on up to 100 life insurance policies taken out on employees without their knowledge. (TBO.com)

check.jpgI’m cashing in baby! The Bar/Bri settlement has been approved, although incentive payments to the lead plaintiffs were rejected. (WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgDavid Lat noticed a law firm cameo in Transformers but more importantly - when he says “we watched” the flick, despite clearly talking about only seeing it himself, is this a hint that he’s an amalgamation of entities? Like Devastator?(Above the Law)

check.jpgIs the legal blogosphere flat and stagnant? (And for the record, as our readership continues to make a healthy climb, I’d argue “not necessarily.”) (Concurring Opinions)

check.jpg“Magician Uri Geller accused of bending copyright law.” (Fox News)

check.jpgAwwww …. poor old Senator Ted Stevens is worried that a DOJ corruption investigation might cause him some troubles in next year’s re-election campaign. (WSAW)

check.jpgThe town of Oyster Bay (on Long Island) is being sued by a member of Jews for Jesus who says she was ticketed in a public park “for chatting about God with passersby.” (UPI)

check.jpgA California Assemblyman wants an eight percent tax on porn. (CBS5)

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For some reason, on the second item... I thought you were talking about literally cashing in a baby and I was like "Wow, there's precedent for that now?"

It's been a long day at work...