Archives

    August 13, 2010

    1. Taking Stock: Distant-future investments
    2. Legal View: In settlements, beware of usurping client's role
    3. Under Analysis: Happy anniversary wishes to the best lawsuit ever
    4. One Perspective: Jerry Garcia: Rock 'n' roll icon, social media pioneer
    5. Eye on Lansing: MEA Lawsuit on Retiree Health Benefits Misguided

    Nation

    1. National Round Up

    Courts

    1. Court Round Up

    Feature

    1. Business - Economy New unemployment aid claims reach 484,000
    2. Business - Economy Bailout fallout Watchdog panel cites global impact of American bailout
    3. Business - Trouble at home Homes lost to foreclosure up 6 pct from last year
    4. Business - Obama administration to provide $3B in housing aid
    5. Business - Personal Finance Home stretch pricing strategies Selling a home: Pricing it right during a housing slump
    6. Nation - North Carolina Use of training manual suspended
    7. Courts - New York Judge orders Wells Fargo to pay back $203M in fees Characterizes processing policy as 'gouging and profiteering'
    8. Nation - California Coach, USA Swimming sued over alleged abuse Suit is one of several alleging organization covered up wrongdoing
    9. Nation - New Mexico Feds start discussion on Indian civil rights American Indians also have rights as sovereign nations
    10. Nation - New York Governor's aide surrenders on misdemeanor assault charges Incident caused Patterson political damage
    11. Nation - Too many children without lawyers to represent them
    12. State - 'No Fault Institute' to focus on McCormick and Titan decisions
    13. Courts - Idaho Aviator sues to block 'don't ask don't tell' Serviceman was cleared of charges that he raped another man
    14. SBM supports pledge of diversity Next step is asking colleagues to sign on
    15. Daily Briefs (Aug 13)
    16. Program for International Legal Studies announces External Advisory Committee 14 prominent legal minds comprise committee
    17. An evening at the ballpark with Wayne Law
    18. LAD helps low-income people expunge criminal convictions