December 30, 2010

    1. Money Matters: Return of the estate tax, for now
    2. Legal View: Researching anti-bullying initiatives
    3. Law Life: May I see your papers? The humiliation of a border crossing


    1. ABA praises 11th hour Senate action protecting IOLTA
    2. National Roundup
    3. Ohio Ky. couple sues Bengals, stadium over drunk fans Woman broke her nose and finger
    4. Wisconsin New laws may not be on the books for long Sweeping switch in party control could lead to some repeals
    5. Texas Innocence Project lawyers ask court to reconsider rebuke
    6. Arizona Motions in sweat lodge case seek to limit evidence
    7. Georgia 11th Circuit finds no exception for 'cowardly counsel'
    8. Drugs Darvon and Darvocet mass tort expected to be big Drugs allegedly cause unpredictable heart condition


    1. State Roundup
    2. Lansing Granholm and the power of clemency Man convicted in teen's slaying will be released
    3. Lawsuit likely over gov.'s flip on granting clemency


    1. Court Roundup
    2. Maine Uncovering the foreclosure scandal How two lawyers brought 'robo-signing' to light
    3. Washington Did police have duty to stop random murder? Court dismisses city's motion for summary judgment


    1. Economy Will it be a Wall Street figure? A bureaucrat? An academic?
    2. Real Estate Nonprofits getting first shot at bank foreclosures


    1. Daily Briefs (Dec 30)
    2. Holiday Feast in Ferndale
    3. Business - Agriculture Bison ranchers struggle to meet consumer demand About 92,000 head of bison were processed last year in North America
    4. 2011: Show me the money
    5. Saintly matters Annual More Award recipient honored by the Catholic Guild