Morning Docket: 09.11.23

* Harvard Law School grads don’t end up in the Boston market. Here’s another shocker: Yale grads don’t practice in New Haven, either. [bloomberg]

* Paul Weiss keeps raiding Kirkland. [Financial Times]

* Can you properly call someone holding an “office” of the United States an “officer” of the United States muses former Attorney General. The answer is yes, because that’s how the English language works. [WSJ]

* Joshua Wright’s behavior was an “open secret” around the law school. And no one did anything. [Law360]

* Mark Meadows tried to move his case to federal court. He failed. [reuters]

* Microsoft plans to cover costs of litigation sparked by its AI. [Ars Technica]

* Google antitrust showdown begins. [Washington Post]

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