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    May 1, 2017

    1. Immunity for police in undercover cases may come to an end
    2. Monetary and fiscal ­stimulus fueling asset valuations
    3. Law-firm study: With size, comes growth
    4. Legal People

    Nation

    1. Family feud fuels flurry of lawsuits
    2. Is charter school fraud the next Enron?
    3. Court: Employers can pay women less based on past salaries
    4. National Roundup
    5. Take that, Washington! Texas looks to nullify federal laws

    Courts

    1. Baltimore prosecutors can guide police behavior under consent decree

    Business

    1. Taxes Trump tax plan: Relief for his voters but lots of unknowns
    2. Technology A robot that picks apples? Replacing humans worries some
    3. SmallBiz Small Talk Businesses like Trump tax plan, but they won't rush to hire
    4. Maryland Baltimore prosecutors can guide police behavior under consent decree
    5. Minnesota Family feud fuels flurry of lawsuits CEO's lawyers say he is victim of 'carefully planned scheme to squeeze him out'
    6. Texas Take that, Washington! Texas looks to nullify federal laws One key target could be the legalization of gay marriage
    7. Connecticut Is charter school fraud the next Enron? Charter schools are exempt from many laws governing financial transparency
    8. California Court: Employers can pay women less based on past salaries
    9. A robot that picks apples? Replacing humans worries some
    10. Trump tax plan: Relief for his voters but lots of unknowns
    11. Businesses like Trump tax plan, but they won't rush to hire

    Feature

    1. PALS Night Out
    2. International dignitaries and MLaw students develop guidelines on refugee protections
    3. Daily Briefs
    4. 'Compassion fatigue': For lawyers, the well of empathy can run dry ? with consequences