Detours and Frolics: Week of 5/2

It’s the last day of classes, so we understand if you don’t have time to spend on last week’s legal news and miscellany. But if you could use a study break, here’s a celebrity filled edition:

  • Prince, Abraham Lincoln, and others died without having executed wills (WSJ Law Blog)
  • The Second Circuit reinstated Tom Brady’s four-game suspension in the wake of Deflategate (ATL Redline)
  • A dress designer is suing Alexander McQueen for stealing the design of Kate Middleton’s wedding dress (Fashionista)
  • “The Supreme Court Expands FBI Hacking Powers” (The Atlantic)
  • But at least the House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill in favor of email privacy (Slate)
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