US law and business press ~ Lawyers' invoices not privileged, technology helps solve murder case, attorney business training, denial of reopening Roe

In Thursday's US law and business press, the Legal Intelligencer reports on a PA Superior Court ruling that lawyers' billing invoices are not privileged attorney-client communications and must be produced when subpoenaed in a civil contempt hearing.... The Law Technology News reports on how technology aided the prosecution in the Green River Killer case.... The Recorder reports that a US bankruptcy judge has approved almost $450 million in fee requests in Pacific Gas & Electric Co.'s bankruptcy matter.... The ABA Journal reports on the value of business training to attorneys.... FindLaw's Writ features CA attorney/author Edward Lazarus's column on the judicial opinion denying a request by "Jane Roe" to reopen Roe v. Wade.

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