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If his last good case was a Budweiser, he’s a bad lawyer. Places a “No Refunds” sign on the defense table? Also not good. Virginia attorney and CrimLaw blogger Ken Lammers notes a few telltale marks of a J.Duhhh … A sperm donor has no child support obligations or parental rights unless he’s signed a contract saying so, a Washington court has found. In an apparent case of first impression, the state’s Court of Appeals took a load off a married man whose longtime girlfriend had two children by his donations. The woman, who had received financial support for the first child, had sued to collect for the second, but her former boyfriend argued that he never agreed to Baby Dos … An Oregon attorney was arrested as a material witness to the March bombings in Madrid after his fingerprints allegedly turned up on bags that held detonating devices of the kind used in the attacks. Brandon Mayfield’s only previous known link to terrorism was his handling of a custody dispute on behalf of an Oregon man who pleaded guilty last year to plotting to fight against the United States in Afghanistan. The Portland-area solo practiced family and immigration law for low-income clients … An athlete who wants to play two sports won no endorsement from the Colorado Court of Appeals. The court ruled against Jeremy Bloom, who had wanted to play football for the University of Colorado — and hold onto money he’s received as a professional skier … Violinists in Bonn, Germany, have decided to work directly with the city to resolve their claim that they should be paid extra since they play more often than their colleagues in woodwinds or brass. The fiddlers, whose counsel had been scheduled to appear in a labor court, work for one of the country’s best-paid orchestras. – Lori Patel

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