June 15, 2011

    1. Taking Stock: PennyMac and Zipcar
    2. Law Life: Kid Twist goes flying
    3. EXPERT WITNESS: When is an administrative review a good idea?
    4. EXPERT WITNESS: Elmer Fudd, Ph.D.: Suggestions for hiring forensic experts


    1. ALI-ABA introduces online forms library subscriptions
    2. National Roundup
    3. North Carolina Secrets of woman with 5 dead husbands die with her 79-year-old woman was charged with murder in 2008
    4. Texas Jury to hear contractor's Iraq rape allegations Woman complained of sexually hostile environment in Iraq
    5. New York Lawyers for woman say affair with boss led to inside trades Boss sentenced to 2 years, 3 months in jail


    1. Foley selected as 2011 CIO 100 honoree
    2. Peter Alter assumes OCBA presidency
    3. Miller Canfield launches new sustainable government initiative
    4. Cooley grad named a winner of Ralph M. Freeman Scholarship
    5. 17 Dickinson Wright attorneys named leaders
    6. Jackson Two neighbors ready to bike across Alaska
    7. State Roundup
    8. Pontiac Oakland U. students dig into ice house history Rusty carriage wheels and enamel sauce pan among the uncovered artifacts


    1. Economy Survey: CEOs expect hiring, spending to grow But optimism among small business owners drops
    2. Business Nokia, Apple finally settle drawn-out patent dispute Important win for Finnish co.
    3. Economy Survey: Economists warn against more Fed action


    1. Daily Briefs June 15
    2. In summer, justices head for enviable destinations Like Italy and Austria
    3. Carrying his weight Litigation specialist saw career writing on the wall
    4. Civil Society
    5. 'Marching Toward Justice' exhibit featured at annual convention
    6. Oakland Women's Bar presents first Distinguished Jurist Awards