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Coalition Lawyers Won’t Turn Other Cheek When a one-time legislative consultant in the Christian Coalition’s Washington office sued his former employer for back pay in 2004, the organization knew it was in for a long legal battle. But the coalition may not have expected to go to war with its own lawyers. • Sheppard Loses Four to Troutman Sanders Roscoe Howard Jr., Mark Nagle, Daniel Seikaly, and Nathan Muyskens last week announced they were leaving Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton for Troutman Sanders. The reason, Howard says: a large and unresolvable client conflict with one of Sheppard’s California offices. • Former Managing Partner at Shaw to Join Steptoe After 20 years at what was then known as Shaw Pittman, Paul Mickey Jr., the firm’s former managing partner, is jumping ship to Steptoe & Johnson, the firm once run by his father. • Vacancy in D.C. Superior Court Has Variety of Candidates In the midst of confirmation hearings over the conservative credentials of Supreme Court nominee John Roberts Jr., President George W. Bush has found himself with a list of decidedly different candidates for a vacant seat on the D.C. Superior Court. • Poetic Justice The Roberts hearings inspired all manner of rhetoric. Here’s Perkins Coie partner Bob Bauer’s poetic take, as first published on his blog… • KPMG Involved in a New Class Action Suit D.C. plaintiffs firm Cohen, Milstein, Hausfeld & Toll has jumped into the litigation surrounding KPMG and its sale of fraudulent tax shelters in filing a class action Sept. 2 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. • Coudert Brothers’ N.Y. Office Acquired by Baker & McKenzie Ending weeks of speculation, Baker & McKenzie last week announced its acquisition of most of the New York office of Coudert Brothers. • Movement Around the Firms Comings and goings around D.C.’s law firms…

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