December 16, 2010

    1. Legal View: Worker injured on smoke break gets comp
    2. Bench Mark: 'Tis the season for warnings
    3. Money Matters: Big investment opportunity in copper


    1. Carolina Report: TV chef planned killing of wife for love
    2. New York All 4 bodies found on beach are women
    3. South Carolina '3 Hebrew Boys' sentenced to decades in prison for scheme
    4. Washington, D.C. Clinton seeks to revamp diplomacy, development Plan calls for hiring 5,550 new personnel at two agencies
    5. Washington, D.C. Old bulls spending Earmarkers feast on pork one last time
    6. Inside Washington That's classified? Really? Keeping the obvious -- but sensitive -- secret
    7. National Roundup


    1. Wisconsin Winemakers introduce cheaper, artificial ice wines Michigan Riesling ice wine was served at a White House state dinner
    2. School attorney earns position on State Bar of Michigan committee
    3. Programs for survivors of human trafficking
    4. Program for International Legal Studies announces Winter/Spring 2011 Speaker Series
    5. State Roundup


    1. London Judge allows tweeting from Assange court hearing
    2. Court Roundup


    1. Banking Bank complaints soar even after law changes Complaints expected to hit 80,000, more than double 2008 total
    2. Economy Little sign of inflation as prices barely rise
    3. Personal Finance 4 ways to take control of your 401(k) account
    4. Economy Retail sales rise 0.8 percent in November


    1. A faraway place nearby Elder law specialist celebrates 15 years as 'log cabin lawyer'
    2. Daily Briefs (Dec 16)
    3. Happy Holidays
    4. Local Voice: Nursing mothers and the law