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    April 17, 2017

    1. LEGAL PEOPLE
    2. Can't pay your student loan bill? Here's what to do
    3. Workplace lessons from a trio of court cases
    4. The gastronomical world reflected
    5. LEGAL PEOPLE

    Nation

    1. Documentary 'True Conviction' features 3 exonerees
    2. Records: Federal judge ordered to get alcoholism treatment
    3. National Roundup

    Courts

    1. After 43 years, is this Randall Tigue's last stand?
    2. State Supreme Court reverses lawyer's malpractice win

    Business

    1. Culture shock: Business owners see need to change their ways
    2. Be careful if you're betting tax changes will boost stocks
    3. Why Trump the trade critic now offers an outstretched hand
    4. Minnesota After 43 years, is this Randall Tigue's last stand? Controversial attorney defended the adult entertainment industry for decades
    5. SmallBiz Small Talk Culture shock: Business owners see need to change their ways Culture of a startup may be a bad fit once business has become established
    6. Texas Documentary 'True Conviction' features 3 exonerees Men travel the state helping to investigate other inmates' claims of innocence
    7. Of Mutual Interest Be careful if you're betting tax changes will boost stocks
    8. Can't pay your student loan bill? Here's what to do
    9. Economy Why Trump the trade critic now offers an outstretched hand Stance suggests Trump is learning go-it-alone trade policies don't easily work
    10. Study: Millennials in Big Law value work-life balance over pay
    11. Virginia State Supreme Court reverses lawyer's malpractice win Malpractice suit originated in a real estate transaction that led to litigation
    12. Louisiana Records: Federal judge ordered to get alcoholism treatment Friend and colleague challenges judge's capacity to manage personal affairs
    13. Wayne Law to honor 6 at Treasure of Detroit event April 27

    Feature

    1. Study: Millennials in Big Law value work-life balance over pay
    2. Wayne Law to honor 6 at Treasure of Detroit event April 27
    3. Daily Briefs