* Twilight of the screamer: Attorneys who cling to the toxic Biglaw management style are losing out. Which probably makes them mad. [American Lawyer]

* The Third Circuit is going ahead with its humane filing deadline proposal over vocal dissent. If they hate it so much, they’re free to file a complaint… during regular business hours. [Bloomberg Law News]

* Trump will not testify in the E. Jean Carroll trial. A bold move to rely on that cross. [Law360]

* Will artificial intelligence finally end the billable hour? Probably not. [The Recorder]

* Elon Musk doesn’t really have a plan B if a new lawsuit successfully shuts down SpaceX’s half-baked launchpad. [Reuters]

* An update on Harvey, the AI tool deployed by Allen & Overy. [Business Today]

* John Quinn opines on AI and intellectual property. [Forbes]

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