Morning Docket: 01.08.24

* Judges in England and Wales can use AI in their opinions. Does the computer have to wear a silly wig, too? [ABC]

* Fully distributed firms offer a lot of benefits, but long-term stability might not be one of them. [American Lawyer]

* When does being a good corporate citizen become collusion. [Bloomberg Law News]

* You got peanut butter in my chocolate! But it doesn’t look right so let’s sue.[ABA Journal]

* Biglaw raises trickle across the pond. [LegalCheek]

* Trump plans to use 18th century law to spark mass deportations. [Rolling Stone]

* Elon might be a failure at running a social media company or building cars that don’t spontaneously combust, but he might succeed at undermining decades of labor law. [New Republic]

* Lawyer asks for probation over being coked up in court. [GoErie]

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