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    August 4, 2014

    1. The evolution of retirement savings
    2. In Calif., law thrives without big corporate base
    3. May it Please the Palate
    4. Legal People

    Nation

    1. State's growing ranks of lawyers leads to surplus
    2. Town changed, even with girls' killer behind bars
    3. National Roundup
    4. Man accused of putting needles in packaged meat

    Courts

    1. Ginsburg: Court right to void clinic buffer zones
    2. Rolex passed among jurors in ex-governor's trial

    Business

    1. $100 million for firm without offices, 1 agent?
    2. Debit overdraft fees often exceed cost of purchase
    3. On the Money: How to fit a wind farm into your portfolio
    4. Fried chicken odyssey -- Part II
    5. State bar files response to MSC Task Force report
    6. Golf outing helps children in Kenya Charity provides food, drills wells for clean water
    7. The evolution of retirement savings
    8. National Roundup
    9. Supreme Court Watch Ginsburg: Court right to void clinic buffer zones Justice says state's court case in defense of law was weak
    10. Virginia Rolex passed among jurors in ex-governor's trial
    11. Mortgage Industry $100 million for firm without offices, 1 agent? Deals show how regulators are still wrestling with messy banking practices
    12. Economy Debit overdraft fees often exceed cost of purchase CFPB considering protections
    13. Oklahoma Town changed, even with girls' killer behind bars
    14. Illinois Man accused of putting needles in packaged meat
    15. Florida State's growing ranks of lawyers leads to surplus Five new law schools have opened in Florida since 2000
    16. Cooley campus ranked one of the 50 most impressive law school buildings in the world
    17. Honigman ranked among top 10 IP firms

    Feature

    1. Cooley campus ranked one of the 50 most impressive law school buildings in the world
    2. Golf outing helps children in Kenya
    3. State bar files response to MSC Task Force report
    4. Daily Briefs
    5. Honigman ranked among top 10 IP firms