Strange: Law firm spat over 'Redskins' court ruling
"Here's a post devoted to the perils of "Reply All" and idealism among first-year associates. Brought to you by the attorneys of Quinn Emanuel.

The firm just celebrated a victory in its Washington Redskins case, reports the Washington Post.

AmLaw Daily reports that Quinn attorney Robert Raskopf, who has been working on the case for as long it has been since the Redskins have seen a Superbowl stadium, was pretty psyched about the victory:

Raskopf was so happy on Friday that he sent out a firm-wide victory e-mail. But not everybody was thrilled. After bouncing around the firm and racking up some responses, the victory chain made its way to our inbox via a tipster.

This is too good not to share. This was sent to all Quinn attorneys.
The First Year Associate Who Shat All Over Raskopf's Victory Email OR The First Year Associate Who Repurposed the Redskins"

Get the Story:
Quinn Emanuel Associate Has Reservations About 'Redskin' Victory (Above the Law 5/19)

D.C. Circuit Decision:
Pro-Football v. Harjo (May 15, 2009)

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