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    October 4, 2022

    1. LEGAL PEOPLE
    2. ADR SPOTLIGHT: An emerging trend to replace direct testimony with written narrative witness statements in commercial arbitration
    3. COMMENTARY: Lawyer-client privilege comes at very high cost

    Nation

    1. Sentencing Project releases report on jail-based voting
    2. Defense Counsel Journal explores trending topics
    3. New ABA plan to restore confidence in judiciary

    State

    1. OCBA Race Judicata set for October 9 in Bloomfield Hills
    2. Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated at HBAM reception
    3. Rosenberg spy case explored in FBA trial practices program October 28
    4. 'Tips and Tools for a Successful Practice Seminar' presented by SBM
    5. Appellate Defender Annual Fall Training offered online during October
    6. OBITUARY: Eugene Driker
    7. Legal Briefs returns October 27 featuring law professor
    8. Online program looks at avoiding attorney burnout
    9. 'Training for Non-IP Professionals' presented online by MIPLA, October 25
    10. Local law enforcement agencies, commissioners to host gun buyback events
    11. 'Pursuing Factual Consensus: The Role of the Media' offered by Levin Center
    12. Insurance and Indemnity Law Section hosts program
    13. Online training looks at being trauma-informed for criminal justice response
    14. Child Support council seeks parents and caregivers

    Business

    1. 'Lawyer Trust Accounts Seminar' presented online
    2. Webinar to focus on simple marketing to get clients in
    3. Firm hosting '2022 HR Fall Training Camp' in Troy

    Feature

    1. 'Advancing equity'
    2. Judge Rowe to speak at ADTC meeting
    3. Law grad named recipient of prestigious federal award
    4. GETTING TO KNOW: Christian Dallman
    5. Applications being accepted for 50th District Court vacancy