Home Morning Roundup Post View Count: 228 Share Tweet Share Share Email By joshua Posted on September 10, 2010 Good morning everybody! Today is Friday, September 10th. Here’s a quick look back at yesterday’s stories. Chambers USA recognized Monteleone & McCrory in the area of construction law in California… Highly-regarded commercial trial and appellate attorney Thomas Gilbertsen joined Venable LLP… What Where Search Jobs Former Ambassador J. Thomas Schieffer joined Akin Gump… Related Items:akin gump, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, California, Chambers, Chambers USA, Chambers USA:America's Leading Lawyers for Business, CIA, construction industry, construction law, consumer class actions, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Darrell McCrory, defense industry, Distinguished Public Service Award, Douglas Baldridge, Edward W. Rose, false advertising, Federal Trade Commission, Force Transformation Agreement, friday news articles, George W. Bush, global energy industry, intelligence industry, International Trade Commission, J. Thomas Schieffer, James C. Langdon Jr., kelley drye & warren, Lanham Act, legal breaking news, Monteleone & McCrory, morning news roundup, oil and gas, Order of Australia, Pacific Rim, President George W. Bush, Six Party Talks, Steven Monteleone, Texas, Texas Legislature, Texas Rangers, Texas Rangers Baseball Club, Thomas Gilbertson, trade industry, transportation industry, U.S. Ambassador to Australia, U.S. Ambassador to Japan, U.S. Department of Justice, University of Texas, venable, Venable LLP, washington Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you McDonald’s Mozzarella Sticks Find Themselves at the Center of a Lawsuit Lawsuit: Ex-Yahoo Employee Challenges Performance Review System Texas Oil Lawsuit Could Lead to Billions in Tax Refunds Click to comment RECENT POST The Legal Industry Dominates in Content Marketing Attorneys Have Problems With Drinking 7 Things You Didn’t Know about Mark Geragos Doctor Sentenced to 30 Years to Life for Drug Prescriptions Apple Ordered to Pay $625 Million to Patent Troll Did Lotto Officials Destroy a Man’s $63 Million Ticket? First Lawsuit Emerges after State Lottery-Fixing Scandal RECENT COMMENTSkeke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?keke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?keke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?keke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?Deebers1956 on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?