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    September 10, 2010

    1. Taking Stock: The Dow
    2. Under Analysis: Heisman havoc: Will the punishment fit the crime?
    3. Eye on Lansing: MEA lawsuit on retiree benefits misguided
    4. One Perspective: PACER vs. RECAP: Fee vs. free?
    5. Legal View: Premises liability: Woman plunges down elevator shaft

    Nation

    1. National Round Up
    2. Washington Soldier's father: Army was warned of murder plot
    3. Louisiana Questions, worries, arguments preceded Gulf blast BP report assigns shared fault to Haliburton and Transocean

    State

    1. Plunkett Cooney attorneys among 'Best' in America

    Courts

    1. Court Round Up
    2. California Appeals court lets government halt torture lawsuit Case could have broad repercussions on national security debate

    Business

    1. Health Care Gov't: Spending to rise under health care overhaul Analysis shows average per person increase of $265 a year by 2019
    2. Promises, Promises FAA fatigue rules finally near being proposed Agency took 15 months, missed a half-dozen deadlines; months lie ahead
    3. Economy Trade deficit narrows to $42.8B Exports reach highest level in nearly 2 years

    Feature

    1. Heisman havoc: Will the punishment fit the crime?
    2. Friday Feature: Music Hall's chairman sets tone for vernerable venue
    3. Daily Briefs (Sept. 10)
    4. MEA lawsuit on retiree benefits misguided
    5. Premises liability: Woman plunges down elevator shaft
    6. The Dow
    7. Nation - 47 state bars support ABA against 'Red Flag' rule
    8. Michigan Supreme Court Justices to consider allowing law students to address appellate court Markman, Young have concerns about wisdom of proposed rule change
    9. National Roundup
    10. PACER vs. RECAP: Fee vs. free?
    11. Foundation to present scholarships Sept. 23 to drug court graduates
    12. Court finds in favor of Cooley Law
    13. Wayne Law to honor alumnus, faculty member at SBM meeting