June 8, 2011

    1. Taking Stock: AT&T Motricity
    2. One Perspective: The economic and political Medicare mess
    3. Commentary: Proposed bar opinion limits cloud computing


    1. National Roundup
    2. California: Hollywood suicide points to chemical danger; Young woman entered into a suicide pact with an online friend
    3. Kansas: Wichita lawyer admits stealing from veterans; Agrees to pay back more than $330,600
    4. New York: Madoff payroll manager pleads guilty to fraud
    5. Tennessee: Boy: Dad bought saw day mom was killed


    1. 'Springboard' seminar to focus on the role of in-house counsel
    2. Justice for Our Neighbors expands immigration aid with third clinic
    3. State Roundup
    4. Lansing: EPA awarding $76 million for cleanups in 40 states; 7 Michigan communities get federal grants for projects
    5. Kalaska: Michigan couple helps raise 130 foster kids; Saying goodbye is the hardest part


    1. Virginia: Inmate sues after gruesome tries at sex change; At least 12 U.S. inmates have castrated themselves since 1997
    2. Arizona: Lawyer: Baseline Killer suspect a 'ravenous wolf' Trial of man facing 74 charges is expected to last 9 months


    1. Business: Inflatable Peril; N.Y. accident illuminates dangers of 'bounce houses'
    2. Air Travel: Airlines aim to take hassle out of security checks
    3. Personal Finance: 5 ways to keep inflation from ruining retirement


    1. Three Wayne Law students selected for Equal Justice Works program
    2. Judge journeys to Joplin to lend a hand: 34th District judge clears fallen trees with volunteers
    3. Profile in Brief: Caped Crusader
    4. Daily Briefs, June 8