May 12, 2010

    1. Taking Stock: Medivation
    2. The Firm: Staff plays key role in tough times
    3. Law Life: Take my mother-in-law?please!


    1. National Round Up


    1. State Round Up


    1. Reading initiative pays tribute to attorney's legacy
    2. State - Lansing Michigan residents' tax burden drops over decade State's corporate tax burden also fell
    3. Business - Washington, D.C. Bailout watchdog Treasury lax with records in talks with banks
    4. Business - Massachusetts Fidelity restructures; outsider to run one unit Daughter is CEO's heir apparent
    5. Business - Washington, D.C. New coverage for young adults will raise premiums nearly 1 percent Extended coverage will be required starting this fall
    6. Business - New York Late payments on mortgages show surprising drop in first quarter
    7. Business - New York April delinquencies fall for 'Alt-A' mortgages
    8. Courts - Washington, D.C. Kagan has presumption of court confirmation Obama: She has the tools needed to knit together a majority coalition
    9. Courts - California Nicaraguans could lose $2.3 million court award
    10. Nation - Alaska ACLU going forward with lawsuit against city over homeless camp Issue of storing belongings was an impasse
    11. Nation - Minnesota Private school sued in sex abuse case Prosecutors allege teacher molested six students
    12. Nation - Pennsylvania Philly neighborhood scars unhealed from 1985 bomb
    13. State - Detroit Ex-coach gets 22 years for child porn
    14. State - Detroit U.S. Rep. Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick to seek 8th term Says son's travails are separate from her congressional race
    15. The greening of Wayne Law School takes part in Climate Challenge
    16. Courts - New Jersey Court: Accurate lawsuit reporting not libelous
    17. Profile in Brief Lysa Postula-Stein Action-oriented
    18. Daily Briefs (May 12)
    19. Nation - Professional responsibility conference to be held in Seattle