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May it Please the Palate

January 26, 2015

Banana bread and Christmas past Our Christmas tree is still up (hopefully not by the time you read this). Its needles are stiff and dry, and it is stripped of ornaments. The lights and star, however, remain. It is a decaying but still poignant reminder of ...

U. S. Attorney's Office in Eastern Michigan celebrates its bicentennial year

January 26, 2015

Ross Parker If you run into Barb McQuade, the U. S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan some time in 2015, congratulate her for her office’s milestone. This year marks the bicentennial of the appointment of the first USA in Michigan Territory, ...

ADR and the Business Courts: Value added and innovation

January 26, 2015

By Richard L. Hurford 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 ...

Mens Rea: Why are we still guessing?

January 26, 2015

  by Mike Nichols   Developments in Science Allow fact finders to be Fully-Informed of Breath Testing limits   Our criminal justice system is at the core of our democracy. We have the ability to be a beacon for the world about the responsibility ...

May it please the Palette, Chicken 2 x 4

January 26, 2015

By Nick Roumel As a law student and young lawyer, back in the day when all things healthy started and ended with a boneless, skinless chicken breast, I developed two chicken recipes for special occasions, such as intimate dinners, or gala fundraisers. ...

May it please the Palate: sharing is caring

January 26, 2015

 By Nick Roumel “Sharing is Caring”       I once wasted two hours of my life on a really terrible movie, “Made of Honor.” It was one of those where a woman (“Hannah”) is about to get married, ...