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    May 5, 2011

    1. Legal View: ABA Antitrust Section to examine consumer issues facing energy industry
    2. Legal Affairs: American Bar Association: Issues over client confidentiality to be examined by ABA Ethics Commission
    3. Money Matters: E-filed tax returns gaining in popularity
    4. Commentary: Legal View: Wave of whistleblower claims on the way
    5. Law Life: You've got to tell it like it is

    Nation

    1. Washington, D.C.: No guts, no glory; Bin Laden mission was risky business for President Obama
    2. National Roundup
    3. Montana: Climate activists target states with lawsuits; Goal is to have atmosphere declared a 'public trust'
    4. New Hampshire: State seeks to turn back clock on anti-bullying law; Some legislators want to restrict law to school grounds
    5. Washington, D.C.: AG concerned over revenge for bin Laden Expects terrorist watch list will be expanded
    6. Wisconsin: Files show ex-Marine wanted to die; Deputy in shooting was cleared of wrongdoing

    State

    1. State Roundup
    2. Detroit: Ex-auto exec, wife give big to Detroit art museum; DIA names gallery of African-American art after philanthropic couple
    3. Lansing: School bullying law in Senate rekindles debate
    4. Legal Affairs: Lawyer softball league prepares for 2011 season

    Courts

    1. Pennsylvania: Suit against PC renter raises privacy questions; Plaintiffs allege rental company loaded computers with spyware
    2. Arizona: Lawyers say focus on race infected sheriff's sweeps Plaintiffs contend emails reveal an endorsement of racial profiling
    3. Louisiana: Court to hear Confederate flag case

    Business

    1. Analysis: Economic stress drops to 3-month low; Every state but two enjoyed better conditions in March than February
    2. Business: New rules don't stop newspaper circulation fall Print advertising still in decline
    3. Personal Finance: Tips for insuring a healthy trip abroad

    Feature

    1. Host of 'To Catch a Predator' speaks at FBA bench/bar conference: Controversial show walks thin line dividing media from law enforcement
    2. The art of defending high-profile clients
    3. Wayne Law students name Professors of the Year, elect 2011-12 board
    4. Coffee is served: Bill Schuette addresses Eastside Republican Club PAC