Morning Docket: 03.14.18

* Ever since Judge Alex Kozinski of the Ninth Circuit, who had been accused of sexual harassment by 15 women, retired, a working group within the federal judiciary has been trying to come up with reforms to be made as far as sexual harassment is concerned. Thus far, they’ve come up with about 20 reforms, and Chief Justice John Roberts is confident the group’s work will “ensure an exemplary workplace for every court employee.” [National Law Journal]

* Time’s up, UK: The Solicitors Regulation Authority of England and Wales has warned law firms not to use nondisclosure agreements to cover up sexual harassment and assault scandals. After all, these are instances of professional misconduct, so of course a professional regulatory agency wants to know about that. [American Lawyer]

* Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be turning 85 later this week, and she says she’s “feeling fine.” Many hope that the self-described “flaming feminist litigator” continues to feel that way until we find a way to turn her into a little RBG judicial bot that will never, ever short-circuit — or until there’s a Democrat in office. [USA Today]

* Nichole Ashley Collins, the Pennsylvania lawyer who was fired for allegedly stealing money from her firm and then returned to the firm to allegedly steal more money to buy sex toys, has been disbarred. Who would’ve expected such a thing… [FOX 43]

* Prosecutors in Florida will seek the death penalty against Nikolas Cruz for his role as the accused gunman in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre. Last week, Cruz was indicted by a grand jury on 17 counts of premeditated murder in the first degree and 17 counts of attempted murder in the first degree. [CNN]