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ENGAGING THE ARMY First Amendment lawyer Jonathan Katz of Silver Spring, Md.’s Marks & Katz is representing Larry Bryant in Bryant’s fight to prevent military newspapers from censoring viewpoint-based advertisements. Bryant is currently suing the U.S. Army in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia because editors of The Pentagram, a publication for Pentagon military personnel, refused to run his classified advertisement, entitled “Blow the Whistle on Bush’s ‘Gulf of Persia’ Resolution.” Katz calls the opportunity to represent Bryant “a true honor” and says that the “military’s claim to be fighting for our fundamental rights clashes with its refusal to print Mr. Bryant’s measured dissent about the Iraq war.” The case is Bryant v. Rumsfeld, No. 1:04-cv-1125. — Beth Hanson COLLEGE MAN Douglas Bregman of 14-lawyer Bregman, Berbert, Schwartz & Gilday, which has offices in Bethesda, Md., and the District, has been elected to the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. “The college is the highest honorary society for real estate attorneys in the country, and I’m thrilled,” says Bregman who focuses much of his practice on commercial real estate law. — Bethany Broida and Joel Chineson IN MEMORIAM Patrick Kennedy, who died suddenly on June 28, was known to his three colleagues at Vienna, Va.’s Cochran & Owen for his dedication and hard work. He left Squire, Sanders & Dempsey to help found Cochran & Owen in January 2004, focusing his practice on business and estate planning. “He was a dedicated and wonderful person to work with,” says Deborah Cochran, a name partner at Cochran & Owen. “He will be missed.” Kennedy was a 1991 magna cum laude graduate of the University of Baltimore Law School where he worked as an associate editor of the University of Baltimore Law Review. In 1997, he received a master’s degree with distinction in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. — Christine Garton

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