August 27, 2010

    1. Under Analysis: Stealing jokes isn't funny
    2. One Perspective: 9th Circuit strikes down Stolen Valor Act
    3. Eye on Lansing: RMGN in retrospect
    4. Taking Stock: Manufacturing advice
    5. Legal View: When must an attorney report another lawyer's misconduct?


    1. National Round Up


    1. Business - Fact Check Administration's stimulus assessments overly optimistic Rosy outlook ignores many challenges, pitfalls
    2. Business - New jobless claims drop for first time in 4 weeks Economists expected smaller drop
    3. Business - Texas Witnesses: Execs knew of woes at financier's bank Financier is accused of orchestrating a colossal pyramid scheme
    4. Business - Technology Dell says 3Par accepts its hiked $1.52B buyout bid
    5. Nation - Montana Ex-justice back as lawyer before State Supreme Court Trial lawyer sat on court for 12 years
    6. Nation - Kentucky Governor sets execution date for convicted killer State is running short of a key drug used in executions
    7. Nation - New York Finances of heiress, 104, at center of probe Attorney and accountant are in charge of her fortune
    8. State - Nemeth and Burwell named 'Best Lawyers'
    9. State - Dykema attorney earns LEED certification
    10. Weaver gets last word with surprise resignation; governor appoints Northern Michigan replacement
    11. Friday Feature: Into Africa - Cooley Students travel to South Africa
    12. Gov. Granholm appoints Northing Michigan jurist to replace Weaver
    13. Daily Briefs (Aug 27)
    14. Tennis....or golf...anyone?
    15. Fundamentals
    16. Courts - Massachusetts Firms in Boston preparing for new round of Madoff suits Court-appointed trustee says he may file up to 1,000 additional lawsuits