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    June 15, 2017

    1. One dud and two good investments
    2. Lawyers in the trenches: How executive coaching can help

    Nation

    1. Is Trump's definition of 'the rule of law' the same as the U.S. Constitution's?
    2. Now-retired judge threatened police during DWI arrest
    3. National Roundup
    4. Law Library

    Courts

    1. When is a leak ethical?
    2. Groups sue seeking court oversight of Chicago police reforms
    3. Court Roundup

    Business

    1. Future of unions in balance as Trump prepares to reshape national labor board
    2. Chain store closing can be blow, blessing for small business
    3. Freewheeling Uber sheds officials, faces more major changes
    4. Analysis Future of unions in balance as Trump prepares to reshape national labor board National Labor Relations Act needs reform if labor movement is to survive
    5. SmallBiz Small Talk Chain store closing can be blow, blessing for small business
    6. Business Freewheeling Uber sheds officials, faces more major changes Essay detailing company's toleration of sexual harassment triggered investigation
    7. Court Roundup
    8. Analysis When is a leak ethical? Public benefit of information must outweigh obligation to keep it secret
    9. Analysis Is Trump's definition of 'the rule of law' the same as the U.S. Constitution's?
    10. Illinois Groups sue seeking court oversight of Chicago police reforms
    11. Missouri Now-retired judge threatened police during DWI arrest Experts: Inappropriate behavior during arrest could prompt disciplinary action
    12. Law Library
    13. Get to Know Joshua A. Lerner
    14. IP Venue Shopping A&A
    15. One dud and two good investments
    16. Lawyers in the trenches: How executive coaching can help

    Feature

    1. 'Do well and do good'
    2. Asked and Answered . . .
    3. Daily Briefs
    4. 5 people, including Michigan health chief, charged in Flint
    5. Get to Know Joshua A. Lerner