August 26, 2010

    1. Law Life: Social media and large law firms
    2. Legal View: Affirmative Defense: How hard can it be?


    1. National Round Up


    1. State Round Up


    1. Court Round Up


    1. Dream in the Drizzle
    2. Getting Well: Attorney believes foundation can be area 'game-changer'
    3. Problem-solver: Circuit Court judge to receive 'Champion of Justice Award'
    4. Daily Briefs (Aug 26)
    5. Break from Bankruptcy
    6. Nation - Spin Meter Constitutional convenience Republicans prove hot, cold on Constitutional issues
    7. Business - Labor Bill in Calif. would help farmworkers form unions Critics say bill is effort to boost anemic United Farm Workers membership
    8. Business - Healthcare More than 3M seniors may have to switch drug plans Goal is to consolidate, reduce 'dizzying' number of Medicare drug plans
    9. Business - Financial Overhaul Shareholders to have easier access to ballot SEC takes on contentious issue
    10. Nation - Connecticut State AGs: Craigslist should drop adult services Authorities say site promotes prostitution, child trafficking
    11. Nation - Ohio William Saxbe, attorney general under Nixon, dies at age of 94 Watergate investigation was hallmark of his 1-year term; known for strong opinions
    12. Courts - Texas Insurer says jailed financier must pay legal bills Former execs claim they are innocent and say insurer should honor policy
    13. State - Muskegon Land giveaway part of city's development plan Initiative is designed to jump-start manufacturing in county
    14. Nation - Bluebook OKs citations to Internet sources
    15. Nation - How to get the most out of your CLE classes
    16. Nation - Lawyers grapple with gaps in inadvertent disclosure rule
    17. Business - Entertainment Broadcast audience aging faster than population Networks risk becoming less relevant to advertisers, their business backbone
    18. Nation - Massachusetts Obama's Other Spokesman Vacationing Obama gets temp press secretary
    19. Nation - Obama 'having a great time' despite rain