March 31, 2011

    1. The Firm: Firms should approach compensation as an institution
    2. Law Life: Jury mediation-A new tool to resolve cases
    3. Making tax sense in 2011


    1. National Roundup
    2. Analysis: No plan, no goal, no security; After billions of dollars, U.S. still lacks border strategy
    3. New York: Girl in middle of immigration row returns to family in United States; Attorney disputes claim parents feared questions of their immigration status
    4. Alabama: House apologizes for handling of 1944 rape
    5. Minnesota: Woman arrested in alleged threat
    6. Texas: House panel considers death penalty bills; Bill would establish two-year moratorium on executions
    7. Washington, D.C.: U.S. to seek new term on U.N. human rights panel; Obama's administration has sought to engage the council


    1. State Roundup
    2. Traverse City: Female shortage endangers wolf population; Number of wolves on Lake Superior island chain dropped to 16 last year


    1. California: Lawyers say plant leaked toxic chemical for years
    2. New Jersey: Judge to oversee mortgage foreclosure process
    3. Oregon: Man bilks investors of $18M


    1. Economy: Developing economies' lead over rivals poses risks Growth in emerging markets now has far bigger effect on global economy
    2. Wall Street: FDA chemist, son charged with insider trading- Pair faces charges including securities and wire fraud
    3. Real Estate: Bill thwarts deficiency judgments


    1. Ripple Effect: Crisis in Japan creates work for local law firms
    2. Title IX legend honored: Area attorney spent decades fighting for equality for women
    3. Collaborative Conference
    4. Wayne Law students impress at Cardozo/BMI Moot Court Competition
    5. Snyder to address FBA at Gilman lunch
    6. Real time saver: Judge Ryan's WCCC courtroom goes 'realtime'