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    August 26, 2016

    1. PREMI hits a home run with judges and a justice of the Michigan Supreme Court
    2. Costly financial fees you may not know you're paying
    3. Donald Trump's campaign against the truth
    4. Watchlists make bad policy
    5. The creative synthesis of practicing law

    Nation

    1. Heroin's reach extends to the children of addicts
    2. National Roundup

    Courts

    1. The smell test
    2. Couple, charged $5M in failed case, sue NY lawyer

    Business

    1. Bare Minimum
    2. Measuring the fallout from a summer full of box-office flops
    3. Does having a female at the top of the ticket matter?
    4. The creative synthesis of practicing law
    5. Donald Trump's campaign against the truth
    6. Costly financial fees you may not know you're paying
    7. Business Bare Minimum Institute seeks to eliminate separate tipped minimum wage
    8. Film Measuring the fallout from a summer full of box-office flops
    9. Watchlists make bad policy
    10. Personal Finance More ­Americans waiting to retire
    11. North Carolina The smell test Court: Probable cause to search a vehicle doesn't justify search of passenger
    12. South Carolina Couple, charged $5M in failed case, sue NY lawyer Lawyers allege firm wrongly urged elderly couple to pursue doomed fraud claims
    13. Positive Connection Police look to forge constructive relationship with community
    14. Frame of mind Family law attorney enjoys making an 'impact'
    15. Pennsylvania Heroin's reach extends to the children of addicts Babies born addicted, unstable homes, parents in jail or rehab are typical
    16. PREMI hits a home run with judges and a justice of the Michigan Supreme Court
    17. Health advocate Wayne Law student serves as president of If/When/How

    Feature

    1. Positive Connection
    2. Oxholm Takes the Bench
    3. Health advocate: Wayne Law student serves as president of If/When/How
    4. Daily Briefs
    5. Frame of mind: Family law attorney enjoys making an 'impact'