October 21, 2010

    1. Money Matters: Uncertain times for investing
    2. Legal View: Rap is a relative evil
    3. Law Life: Lawyer nabbed for plagiarism


    1. Texas State's criminal judge feels vindicated by ruling
    2. National Roundup
    3. U.S. Supreme Court to decide if ex-official can be sued
    4. Prolific legislature unappreciated A productive Congress gets no respect from voters
    5. North Carolina No Scout leadership post for Mormon parents Boy Scouts have been the target of preferential treatment lawsuits in the past


    1. Election Day manners Voters reminded of proper conduct while at the polls
    2. Foundation honors attorney for contributions to mental health care
    3. Going (once), going (twice), gone (sold)
    4. Lansing Granholm to receive Swedish Polar Star award from King Carl Gustaf The two leaders promote clean energy
    5. Attorney elected chair of MACPA


    1. Court Roundup
    2. Court Roundup
    3. California Adrien Brody sues over release of thriller film
    4. Missouri Appeal fails for man hit by fellow DUI suspect Man sued police for failing to protect him while passed out on road


    1. Economy Stimulus spending looms large in midterm contests Program has kept many state and local governments fiscally viable
    2. Real Estate Foreclosure fiasco Banks unlikely to quell foreclosure-document mess anytime soon
    3. Personal Finance How too many mutual funds can be a mistake


    1. Daily Briefs (Oct 21)
    2. Sharing Success
    3. Wayne Law Career Services Office responds to economic reality
    4. Let's Do Lunch Side Bar Luncheon chance to network
    5. Detroit Doc who gave painkillers to addicts faces sentence Prosecutors say physician has history of unethical conduct
    6. UDM School of Law celebrates annual Alumni Reunion Weekend