Home Morning Roundup Post View Count: 182 Share Tweet Share Share Email By joshua Posted on October 30, 2010 Good morning everyone! Today is Monday, November 1st. Here’s a quick look back at Friday’s stories. Law Students at Wake Forest University in North Carolina delved into an investigation regarding a twice-convicted murderer in South Carolina… Alston & Bird reached an agreement to expand its office in Atlanta’s One Atlantic Center… What Where Search Jobs Greenberg Traurig was honored at the Chambers of Latin America Awards… High-profile South Florida attorney Henry “Hank” Adorno is facing disbarment after the Florida Supreme Court suspended him from practicing law Wednesday…. Mario Mancuso, former US Under Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security and senior Pentagon official, has joined Fried Frank as a partner… Get JD Journal in Your Mail Subscribe to our FREE daily news alerts and get the latest updates on the most happening events in the legal, business, and celebrity world. You also get your daily dose of humor and entertainment!! Subscribe Related Items:Adorno & Yoss, Alston & Bird, Atlanta, atlantic center plaza, BIS, Brazil, CFIUS, chambers of latin america, Committee on Foreign Investment, conviction, coral gables, corporate & finance law firm, daily business review, energy and hotel industries, FINSA, florida attorney, florida disbarment, florida firm, florida state supreme court, florida supreme court, fried frank, Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson, Greenberg Traurig, hank adorno, hines, ibex, international security, Justice Clinic, Kimberly Poole, Latin America, latin america awards, law firm, law students, Lawyers, lease, legal breaking news, Mario Mancuso, Mexico, Monday News Articles, morning news roundup, murder, office space, one atlantic center, poole, senior pentagon official, shriver & jacobson, South Carolina, twice-convicted murderer, US Under secretary of commerce for industrsy and security, valerie ford jacob, wake forest university, Washington DC Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you The Legal Industry Dominates in Content Marketing Doctor Sentenced to 30 Years to Life for Drug Prescriptions DC Still Figuring Out Proper Restrictions for Legal Marijuana Click to comment RECENT POST Whatever Happened to O.J. Simpson’s “Dream Team?” Ex-Lawyers Must Pay $5.7 Million after Planting Drugs in PTA Mom’s Car Strippers File Class Action Lawsuit Against Baby Dolls Club 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 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?