Morning Docket: 09.19.23

* Rudy Giuliani sued by attorney over $1.36 million in legal fees. That’s about 4200 Cameos for the guy. [NBC]

* Weil, O’Melveny and Keker, Van Nest & Peters among firms sorting out the remains of the Pac-12. [American Lawyer]

* Internet “protect the children!” laws to restrict content are unconstitutional on a bipartisan basis. [Washington Post]

* Meanwhile, loot boxes aimed at kids? Yeah, those are trouble. [LegalCheek]

* Perkins Coie and MoFo hire counsel in pending DEI suits. Perkins hired Jenner & Block (and boutique firm Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann) and MoFo has hired Cravath. [Bloomberg Law News]

* David Boies charges $2110 an hour. Pro tip: it’s best to write down all your questions for your attorney beforehand to streamline the meeting! [Reuters]

* Winner, winner, market-manipulated chicken dinner. [Law360]

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