Morning Docket: 10.11.18

* If you’ve been following the Adidas wire fraud saga you know they have more than their share of headaches. So they’ve hired a senior in-house person from Bayer. See what I did there? [Corporate Counsel]

* Middle Tennessee becomes the new home for Valpo students… subject to approval. I’m old enough to remember when Valpo adamantly denied they were in trouble? Ah, 2017! [Daily News Journal]

* Former Biglaw partner gets 5 year prison term. [New Jersey Law Journal]

* Litigation finance earmarking $50 million for women-led matters. [American Lawyer]

* A welcome development in the Robert Indiana case. [Law360]

* Who’s excited about class action fee settlements! [NY Times]