May 12, 2011

    1. Money Matters: Roth 401(k) plan could increase retirement income by 50 percent
    2. Law Life: Attorney gets two-year suspension for exposing himself online
    3. The Firm: Can non-lawyers own a law firm?


    1. Recent poll shows Obama's approval hits 60 percent; Economy is top concern, 52 percent approve of president's handling of it
    2. National Roundup
    3. Washington, D.C.: Mom laments stunted search for missing daughter
    4. Montana: Feds announce reviews for 251 imperiled species
    5. Pennsylvania: Court: Judge altered transcript; Court reporter removed 'less than judicial' remarks


    1. SBM Animal Law Section holds Symposium
    2. State Roundup
    3. Lansing: Many voters say Gov. Snyder's doing a poor job
    4. Dearborn: Young U.S. Muslims find hope in post-bin Laden world
    5. Utah: State's immigration law joins Arizona's -- in court


    1. New York: Hedge fund founder convicted in inside-trade case


    1. Technology: Google braces to pay at least $500M in ad probe; DOJ looking into how company treats some unnamed advertisers
    2. Health Care: Report reveals up to 44M more uninsured under GOP budget plan
    3. Google threatens to shut down Swiss Street View Company says court demands to protect privacy are 'unrealistic'
    4. Economy: U.S. trade deficit widens in March on pricier oil: Exports increased to $172.7B


    1. School is in: Law firm specializes in counseling school districts on employment issues
    2. Wayne Law student awarded prestigious two-year fellowship
    3. Booster Shot: Outing to help support Big Brothers/Big Sisters
    4. Daily Briefs, May 12