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    May 10, 2011

    1. Law Life: Maintaining confidentiality in the information age
    2. Counselor's Corner: The mother in all of us
    3. Money Matters: Why corporate governance is important for investors

    Nation

    1. National Roundup
    2. New York: Courts nationwide hold hearings with video; Tools are used to in courts large and small to cut costs
    3. New Jersey: Dad stays an activist after son's return; David Goldman's memoir about his struggle was released this month
    4. Pennsylvania: Man says guilty plea in 4 deaths unappreciated
    5. Washington: Gay rights papers on display at U.S. Library of Congress; Gay rights pioneer petitioned Supreme Court to contest firing from federal post
    6. Influence Game: America's 'iffy' partner in fight against terrorism: Defending aid to Pakistan not easy after bin Laden assassination
    7. Georgia: Gingrich announces bid for presidency; Candidate has spent months raising money

    State

    1. State Roundup
    2. Virginia: Bin Laden's death a tough subject for the pulpit Dearborn imam says bin Laden tarnished image of Islam
    3. Saginaw: Lumber baron's heirs inherit, 92 years after death
    4. Judge Connors opines about experts and attorney behavior

    Courts

    1. California: Disabled lawyer cranks out lawsuits under ADA Since 2004, attorney has filed more than 1,000 lawsuits in federal court
    2. California: Report: LA pays big bucks in LAPD workplace suits

    Business

    1. Wall Street: Why junk bond rally should be cheered -- and feared
    2. Economy: Businesses now hiring at fastest pace since 2006
    3. Technology: Facebook sharing sending readers to big news websites

    Feature

    1. Outspoken. Scholarly. Steel-spined. Chief Justice Robert Young is unflinching in expressing his opinion
    2. Lawmakers want to rewrite prison DNA law
    3. Daily Briefs, May 10
    4. Law Day in Livonia