December 9, 2010

    1. Law Life: True romance: LA cop loses job after losing heart to prostitute
    2. The Firm: The billable hour: Dead or alive?
    3. Money Matters: The Fed vs. inflation: 2010 edition


    1. Alabama Rival abuse claims cloud search for dead children
    2. Washington Senate convicts La. judge on impeachment charges Prosecutors say evidence shows decades-long pattern of corruption
    3. National Roundup
    4. Washington, D.C. All in a day's work The curious life of the U.S. diplomat, uncloaked


    1. State Roundup
    2. Attorney co-chairs real estate task force
    3. Howell Chip off the blue block Girl would be third generation in her family to enter law enforcement
    4. Monitor Township Operation worship Kids write messages in Bibles for soldiers deployed overseas


    1. Washington Teen says school district didn't stop bullying
    2. Connecticut Chewing tobacco maker agrees to $5M settlement Case could open the door for more lawsuits against chewing tobacco makers
    3. Washington Judge delays baseball hurler's trial Attorneys need time to review documents
    4. South Dakota Defense rests quickly in reservation slaying trial AIM activist was killed in 1975


    1. Analysis Obama compromise a bid for independent voters Tax cuts likely to be central issue in Obama's re-election campaign
    2. Health Care Robbing Peter to pay Dr. Paul?
    3. Business Jim Beam, Titleist maker to split into 3 companies Company to focus on spirits
    4. Business NY feds: Boston businessman giving up $625 million Trustee has labeled New York Mets as winners in Madoff fraud


    1. Telling its Story
    2. Daily Briefs (Dec 9)
    3. Hispanic Bar Association of Michigan prepares to embark on its 20th year Specialty bar plans to extend reach into southeastern Mich. communities
    4. Social media seminar Dec. 11 focuses on value for lawyers Attorneys can use medium to promote themselves as 'thought leaders' in a field
    5. Just in time for the holidays Shore Mortgage offers to make payments for 100 homeowners