A) When hiring new talent for their legal divisions, many corporations are cutting out the middle man: Law firms. Wall Street Journal.
B) Whoever doesn’t read this court settlement summary will be “madder than mosquitos in a mannequin factory.” Above the Law.
C) It’s okay, Louboutin knockoffs. You can use the red outsole, too. Shine.
D) Woman has tongue surgically lengthened, does not join KISS. Daily Mail.
E) Planking and owling are old. It’s all about horsemaning now. No, nevermind. Horesemaning’s old, too. Huffington Post.
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