April 21, 2011

    1. Legal Affairs: 'Day of Education: Exploring Paralegal Opportunities' offered by SBM
    2. Commentary: Law Life: Bankruptcy attorney must cough up fee
    3. Money Matters: The overabundance of Exchange Traded Funds
    4. Legal View: An update on patent reform legislation
    5. Local Voice: Snooping's slippery slope


    1. National Roundup
    2. Montana: State AG opens inquiry into 'Three Cups' charity Best-selling author accuses charity's founder of deceit
    3. California: Schwarzenegger says commutation was to help friend
    4. Virginia: Jury convicts executive in $3B mortgage fraud case; Scam caused the collapse of mortgage company and Colonial Bank
    5. Washington: WikiLeaks suspect being moved out of Quantico to Ft. Leavenworth Move comes in wake of criticism of soldier's treatment at Marine Corps base
    6. Washington: Comprehensive immigration reform probably doomed; Republicans vow any 'path to citizenship' will kill any bill


    1. State Roundup
    2. Stabenow takes aim at private Canadian waste; Bill would charge companies $500 user fee
    3. Eye on Lansing: Secretary of state details plans; Johnson is pushing for better technology


    1. New York: Parents suing policeman in son's killing; Grand jury cleared officer of wrongdoing
    2. Supreme Court Watch: Can judge hike sentence to allow time for rehab? Attorney argues judges cannot sentence defendants to prison program
    3. Tennessee: Appeals court revives lawsuit over dirty inmate; Private prison operator is accused of inhumane treatment


    1. Technology: Business buying lifts Intel as tablet threat looms
    2. Technology: The 'Right to be Forgotten: Google is contesting orders to remove links that are years old
    3. Transportation: New DOT rule tackles fees, bumping, flight delays Trade groups warn airlines will cancel more international flights


    1. DMBA toasts success of new program; Drink 'N Learn seminars bring education to informal setting
    2. Student honored for 'Above and Beyond'
    3. Daily Briefs, April 21
    4. New Date and Time
    5. Attorney named recipient of MDTC's Golden Gavel
    6. Wayne Law welcomes two new faculty members