January 25, 2011

    1. The Firm: Judges enjoy online freedom that lawyers don't
    2. Counselor's Corner: Integrity celebrated
    3. Money Matters: Buying used is a good habit for tough times


    1. National Roundup
    2. Washington, D.C. Blogger aims to chronicle D.C. homicide victims
    3. Georgia Overworked and underfunded -- what else is new? New leader, same problems for state public defenders
    4. Kentucky Widow sues government over Marine's suicide
    5. Supreme Court Watch Can a federal court stop a state court class action? Case involves massive litigation over cholesterol-lowering drug
    6. Honigman ranked number one for number of bank deals


    1. State Roundup
    2. Ypsilanti After gaining freedom, ex-prisoners help Habitat MPRI partnered with Habitat for Humanity about 18 months ago
    3. Detroit Area leaders discuss city's water problems
    4. China trade and economic law experts gather in Detroit


    1. Arizona Case in Giffords shooting likely to take years Court observers expect shooter to present an insanity defense
    2. South Dakota Life sentence awaits man in 1975 slaying of AIM activist
    3. New York Guantanamo detainee likely to get life for 1998 bombing


    1. Personal Finance International stock funds worth a look for 401(k)
    2. Economy Poll: Hiring plans top layoffs by most in 12 years All major industry groups saw more demand for their products and services
    3. Agriculture U.S. alpaca herds grow as breeders get tax write-off


    1. Daily Briefs (Jan 25)
    2. The future is now, says attorney: Area attorney makes his case for law firms to go paperless
    3. In a festive mood Attorney is 'jazzed' about his new role as board member
    4. Minnis Minute: New Supreme Court hears rapper case