December 28, 2010

    1. Law Life: TSA body scan or pat-down? Yes, please
    2. Counselor's Corner: Remembering what is important
    3. Money Matters: Long-distance car giving requires careful planning


    1. Connecticut Citing police abuse, Hispanics leaving town Justice Department has launched a civil rights investigation
    2. New Jersey Digital justice Electronic forensics make it hard to pull vanishing act
    3. ABA urges high court to consider age
    4. Washington In Congress, a harder line on illegal immigrants Hardened position could turn off growing Latino vote
    5. Washington Dynasty fades from Capitol Hill Kennedy's exit from Congress leaves a family void
    6. National Roundup
    7. Law Library A how-to for a virtual law practice


    1. Lansing Michigan economy to see slight improvement in 2011 There is a long way to go to replace the nearly 860,000 jobs lost since 2000
    2. Lansing Once-thriving Capitol Bancorp fights to survive


    1. Nebraska Omaha Tribe asks state high court to toss lawsuit Tribe says it has sovereign immunity
    2. Court Roundup
    3. California Anti-spam crusader Man quits job, makes living suing e-mail spammers


    1. Entertainment Cheap concert seats due after cruel summer of 2010 Concert attendance fell 12 percent in the first half of year
    2. Economy Setting sun For Japan, 2010 was just another year among many to forget
    3. Environment EPA moving unilaterally to limit, reduce greenhouse gases Obama seeks solutions outside of Congress


    1. Local Voice: The Lockbox
    2. Cooley, DMBA to collaborate on pro bono mentorship program
    3. Holiday helpings Bar association offers hundreds a hot holiday meal
    4. Daily Briefs (Dec 28)
    5. Michigan Trust Code changes reviewed at section meeting New code has mandatory and default provisions