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    September 28, 2018

    1. The ever-shifting legal ­landscape of joint employment
    2. How to write a will that won't trigger a family feud
    3. Things have changed since Anita Hill - sort of
    4. Unreasonable demands stifle real ­environmental progress

    Nation

    1. Man with long immigration record is charged with killings
    2. National Roundup
    3. New class of ABA innovation fellows will tackle diverse group of access to justice projects

    State

    1. Attorney receives Inaugural Hall of Fame Award for Lifetime M&A Achievement

    Courts

    1. Some black Americans see racial comeuppance in Cosby saga

    Business

    1. How to write a will that won't trigger a family feud
    2. SmallBiz Small Talk Small retailers upbeat about 4Q but tariffs make some uneasy
    3. Economy U.S. economy grew at robust 4.2 percent rate in Q2 Economists believe the country is on track for annual growth around 3 percent
    4. Technology A U.S. privacy law could be good for Google -- but bad for you
    5. Unreasonable demands stifle real ­environmental progress
    6. National Roundup
    7. Pennsylvania Some black Americans see racial comeuppance in Cosby saga
    8. Attorney receives Inaugural Hall of Fame Award for Lifetime M&A Achievement
    9. The ever-shifting legal ­landscape of joint employment
    10. ABA News New class of ABA innovation fellows will tackle diverse group of access to justice projects
    11. A U.S. privacy law could be good for Google - but bad for you
    12. U.S. economy grew at robust 4.2 percent rate in Q2
    13. Small retailers upbeat about 4Q but tariffs make some uneasy

    Feature

    1. Red Mass
    2. Impact of Due Process Protocol Principles on Arbitration of Statutory Employment Cases in Michigan
    3. Memories of trauma are unique because of how brains and bodies respond to threat
    4. Daily Briefs
    5. Friday Feature: View from the Top