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    August 24, 2010

    1. Law Life: Closing time - A tale of two judges
    2. Money Matters: Here's an idea: Let's flood the economy with liquidity

    Nation

    1. National Round Up

    State

    1. State Round Up

    Courts

    1. Court Round Up

    Feature

    1. Daily Briefs (aug. 24)
    2. Fully Invested
    3. Nation - ABA adopts new rules for client trusts Addresses changes in banking laws, technology
    4. State - Ypsilanti 'Game That Never Was' gets played
    5. State - Source of inspiration Fatal illness won't slow teenager's spirit
    6. Business - Energy Gulf claims chief: no-sue rule was his idea Hundreds of lawsuits have already been filed
    7. Business - Finance Some fear bond bubble may be ready to burst
    8. Courts - Missouri Man whose conviction was overturned still fighting City says it can't pay $16 million settlement because of ordinance
    9. Business - Real Estate Nearly 50 percent leave Obama mortgage-aid program Economist sees the $75 billion effort to stem foreclosures 'petering out'
    10. Business - FDA commissioner says agency needs more authority
    11. Nation - Oregon Flow of information in case of missing boy uncommon; chance for fair trial hampered
    12. Nation - Analysis Mosque flap tests limits of U.S. tolerance Once part of country's founding fabric, tolerance is no longer an ideal
    13. Courts - Illinois ACLU claims eavesdropping law violates 1st Amendment
    14. A look at Paeth v. Worth Township Land-use dispute leads to record $600K settlement Township and homeowners were in bitter battle for a decade over property
    15. State - 78 Honigman attorneys named 'Best Lawyers'
    16. Child Welfare Awards nominations sought
    17. Up to the Challenge: Former magistrate relishes start of a new legal chapter
    18. FBI Director appoints Cooley Law School Associate Professor to Advisory Policy Board for Criminal Justice Information Services