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    October 2, 2015

    1. One way the justice system holds negligent corporations accountable
    2. A rough industry guideline to expense tracking
    3. Financial planning field sees a shortage of women
    4. How LBJ/Kennedy's immigration law changed America and the world
    5. Under Analysis: Mooning over a breakup?

    Courts

    1. Hidden GPS devices to track suspects raise legal concerns
    2. Senators reach deal to reduce prison time for some offenders
    3. Supreme Court Notebook

    Business

    1. One way the justice system holds negligent corporations accountable
    2. Wayne Law's Detroit Equity Action Lab tackles structural racism
    3. Mooning over a breakup?
    4. New York Hidden GPS devices to track suspects raise legal concerns New technology has encountered few constitutional challenges so far
    5. Washington Senators reach deal to reduce prison time for some offenders Judges wold have discretion to give sentences below the mandatory minimum
    6. Employment Immigrants say about-face on visas costs them millions Lawyers estimate 20,000 to 30,000 immigrants affected
    7. A rough industry guideline to expense tracking
    8. Financial planning field sees a shortage of women
    9. Economy Manufacturing barely expands as global economy slows
    10. How LBJ/Kennedy's immigration law changed America and the world
    11. Business Hazardous waste lawsuit settled for nearly $2B
    12. Supreme Court Notebook
    13. Most arguments dismissed in bridge lawsuit
    14. One way the justice system holds negligent corporations accountable
    15. Financial planning field sees a shortage of women
    16. Economy Manufacturing barely expands as global economy slows
    17. Wayne Law's Detroit Equity Action Lab tackles structural racism
    18. How LBJ/Kennedy's immigration law changed America and the world
    19. Mooning over a breakup?
    20. New York Hidden GPS devices to track suspects raise legal concerns New technology has encountered few constitutional challenges so far
    21. Washington Senators reach deal to reduce prison time for some offenders Judges wold have discretion to give sentences below the mandatory minimum
    22. Business Hazardous waste lawsuit settled for nearly $2B
    23. Supreme Court Notebook
    24. Employment Immigrants say about-face on visas costs them millions Lawyers estimate 20,000 to 30,000 immigrants affected
    25. A rough industry guideline to expense tracking
    26. Most arguments dismissed in bridge lawsuit
    27. Manufacturing barely expands as global economy slows
    28. Hazardous waste lawsuit settled for nearly $2B
    29. Immigrants say about-face on visas costs them millions

    Feature

    1. Wayne Law's Detroit Equity Action Lab tackles structural racism
    2. Most arguments dismissed in bridge lawsuit
    3. 'Race'way
    4. Daily Briefs . . .