June 20, 2012

    1. LEGAL VIEW: Lawyer for Clemens' accuser: Not guilty doesn't mean innocence
    2. EXPERT WITNESS: Tough new standards for driver license appeal--What attorneys and clients need to know
    3. EXPERT WITNESS: Sase This Time Is NOT Different: Part Two
    4. TAKING STOCK: Chinese Internet
    5. LAW LIFE: The bow tie guys: A salute to the lawyers who dare to be different


    1. Washington Many would still go without insurance if law passes An estimated 26 million Americans might remain without health coverage
    2. California Federal regulators say design flaw led to nuke plant issues Problems center on tube wear in steam generators installed during overhaul
    3. Alaska Deaths on Mount McKinley show search challenges and dangers Officials say ice made it too risky to continue search for Japanese climbers
    4. National Roundup


    1. State Roundup
    2. Lansing Silenced Mich. lawmaker does 'Vagina Monologues' An estimated 2,500 spectators watched play from lawn chairs and blankets
    3. Detroit Honored Navy chef traces roots back to Detroit Now personal chef to Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff


    1. Massachusetts Alleged mistaken-identity killing going to trial
    2. Ohio State top court delays killer's execution date


    1. Real Estate U.S. builders start more single-family homes Builders more optimistic about next 12 months
    2. Technology Microsoft's 'Surface' tablet aims for productivity Debut of tablet linked with release of Windows 8 operating system
    3. Business Barnes & Noble 4Q loss narrows


    1. Promoting prosperity: New book shows how lawyers benefit the economy
    2. Daily Briefs
    3. Awards Night
    4. New book on Henry Ford libel trial sheds light on history of hate speech
    5. Cooley professor spearheads master's program in insurance