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    November 30, 2015

    1. Securities and Exchange Commission: a frustrated regulator
    2. Top 10 estate planning tips
    3. Vacation dining, Part I
    4. Legal Eye: Drone users: May I see your license, please?
    5. Legal People
    6. LEGAL PEOPLE

    Nation

    1. Experts divided on implications of OSHA fine hikes

    Courts

    1. HIV now treatable but most states keep laws criminalizing it

    Business

    1. Standoff in the Crypto Wars
    2. Washington project ensures forest stores carbon for decades
    3. Smartphones overtake desktop computers for holiday shopping
    4. Vacation dining, Part I
    5. Top 10 estate planning tips
    6. JTC master's report finds Judge Halloran 'did no wrong'
    7. Securities and Exchange Commission: a frustrated regulator
    8. Technology Standoff in the Crypto Wars Why government and tech can't agree about encryption
    9. Environment Washington project ensures forest stores carbon for decades
    10. Technology Smartphones overtake desktop computers for holiday shopping
    11. California HIV now treatable but most states keep laws criminalizing it In recent years, advocacy groups have lobbied for new legislation
    12. Legal Eye Drone users: May I see your license, please?
    13. Experts divided on implications of OSHA fine hikes
    14. New Lawyers' seminar Dec. 8 and 9
    15. Area groups vow to 'bring justice' to assault victims
    16. Entrepreneurship Clinic provided foundation for legal practice, clients

    Feature

    1. Hamtramck PALS
    2. Area groups vow to 'bring justice' to assault victims
    3. JTC master's report finds Judge Halloran 'did no wrong'
    4. Daily Briefs . . .
    5. Entrepreneurship Clinic provided foundation for legal practice, clients