Morning Docket: 02.15.24

* NHL hit with antitrust suit. [Courthouse News Service]

* ABA looking to change the nomenclature for special masters. [ABA Journal]

* Delaware law can hurt CEO feelings. [Yahoo]

* Trump DOJ officials conflicted over coming back to engage in revenge prosecutions without worrying about rule of law. Note that they’re “conflicted” about this prospect. [Bloomberg Law News]

* The case against Merrick Garland. Honestly he hasn’t really run his office differently than past Democratic attorneys general but maybe that’s a systemic problem. [The Nation]

* Judges leaning into home security plan. [Reuters]

* Second Circuit agrees that banks can put employee retirement money in their own bad funds. [Law360]

* Law firms across the board are opening up their pockets. [American Lawyer]

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