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Law Life: Living deliberately as a lawyer

August 28, 2014

By Sybil Dunlop The Daily Record Newswire Many children have irrational worries or fears. I had an overabundance of them. I remember learning about cemeteries, but not realizing that most folks in them died of natural causes. Thinking that cemeteries might ...

ADR Spotlight ... ADR and the business courts: Value added and innovation

August 28, 2014

Two articles in the August 2014 edition of the Michigan Bar Journal are worthy of your consideration.  Brian Einhorn’s President’s Page entitled, The Future of the Species, is a call for all counsel to critically question the efficacy and ...

On Point: It's a new day for Little League

August 28, 2014

Baseball fans are trivia buffs by nature. There are seven ways to reach first base without getting a hit. Six teams have the letter C on their caps. And even this year’s casual fans should know the answer to this: Who is Mo’ne Davis? The story ...

Under Analysis: Remembering and taking lessons from a king

August 28, 2014

By Mark Levison The Levison Group Jomo Serengeti Kenyatta died last week. He left a lesson or two behind. Not to be confused with Jomo Kenyatta, the father of the modern state of Kenya, this branch of the Kenyattas was a dog. He was named Jomo Kenyatta by ...

Money Matters: Is too much index investing a problem?

August 28, 2014

By David Peartree The Daily Record Newswire After a slow start in the 1980s and 1990s, index investing has gone mainstream. It is now arguably the default approach for most individual investors and even for many institutional investors. Some observers see ...

Hard cases may, indeed, make bad law

August 28, 2014

By Michael R. Wolford The Daily Record Newswire   It has been said that when a court is influenced by “moral indignation” or where a judge rules with his or her heart, there is a risk that bad law may result. The notion that “hard cases ...