October 19, 2010

    1. Counselor's Corner: Marathon cheerleader
    2. Money Matters: Consequences of foreclosure can be lasting
    3. Law Life: The fix is in Traffic court hanky panky


    1. National Roundup
    2. Maryland Man charged with murder in off-duty detective's death
    3. New York New online database resource debuts for Nazi-era looted art More than 20,000 stolen art objects are catalogued
    4. Alabama No cries of 'tort hell' in state's governor's race
    5. -- 2010 Elections -- In state races, gay marriage resurfaces as issue Races are unfolding on rapidly shifting gay rights landscape


    1. Bloomfield Township Double Dutch Elmore Leonard still the Hot Kid after all these years
    2. Detroit Cash flows into Michigan congressional campaigns Special interest groups court candidates with contributions


    1. Court Roundup
    2. Washington, D.C. Prosecutors put Abramoff associate on trial again
    3. New York Terrorism turncoat Terror plot cooperator in trouble again in New York


    1. Politics and Money Secret donations and gift tax -- a new conundrum
    2. Window on Wall Street In last quarter of year, a focus on what's working
    3. Philanthropy Top 400 charities see billions less in donations Only four charities in top ten reported increases in giving this year


    1. Daily Briefs (Oct 19)
    2. Revisiting Milliken v Bradley Historic 'redlining' case to be reenacted at race and regionalism program Oct. 29
    3. Wayne Law International Program STARTing over Nuclear arms specialist: Disarmament, containment have been successful
    4. David Leyton brings prosecutorial experience
    5. Bill Schuette sees a chance for a new team