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    November 7, 2014

    1. When hiring, go on the defensive
    2. Under Analysis . . .
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    4. One Perspective . . .
    5. Online reviews test attorneys

    Nation

    1. SEC, DOJ, FINRA, CFTC authorities to speak at securities fraud conference

    State

    1. Attorney speaks at WMU-Cooley about importance of pro bono service
    2. Forum to look at 'Democracy in Far Away Places: Namibia and Afghanistan'

    Courts

    1. NYC prosecutor eyed for U.S. attorney general
    2. State judge overturns constitutional ban on gay marriage
    3. 3 charged in presidential helicopter scheme

    Business

    1. How did politics become so boring?
    2. When hiring, go on the defensive
    3. Online reviews test attorneys
    4. Had enough of the political class cash machine? Compact for a balanced budget
    5. Birmingham-based quarterly publishes rare Steinbeck WWII story
    6. Missouri State judge overturns constitutional ban on gay marriage
    7. Court Roundup
    8. Technology Bringing Mom & Dad to work bridges generation gap
    9. Personal Finance Investors find better balance in their 401(k)s
    10. SamllBiz Small Talk What small business can expect in the new Congress
    11. Education Study: Not all college work boosts future earnings But associate's or bachelor's degree still a good investment
    12. SEC, DOJ, FINRA, CFTC authorities to speak at securities fraud conference
    13. Attorney speaks at WMU-Cooley about importance of pro bono service
    14. Law students collaborate with AG on guide to military family law
    15. Human Trafficking: The hidden cost of the American dream Law professor active in fighting modern-day slavery
    16. South Carolina 3 charged in presidential helicopter scheme
    17. Bringing Mom & Dad to work bridges generation gap
    18. What small business can expect in the new Congress
    19. Study: Not all college work boosts future earnings

    Feature

    1. Human Trafficking: The hidden cost of the American dream
    2. Passing of retired judge mourned by family, friends
    3. Birmingham-based quarterly publishes rare Steinbeck WWII story
    4. Daily Briefs . . .