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McCallum Memo Draws Ire of Defense Bar In the late 1990s they griped about the Holder memo. In 2003 they attacked the Thompson memo. Now white-collar criminal defense lawyers must figure out what to make of the McCallum memo. • Real Estate Developer Hires Pricey Defense Team A prominent D.C. real estate developer facing conspiracy, bribery, and fraud charges has assembled a team of elite — and expensive — defense lawyers to represent him. • Cohen & Cohen Purchases Moroccan Embassy Annex Building This month six-lawyer plaintiffs firm Cohen & Cohen announced it had purchased the old Moroccan Embassy annex building at 1821 Jefferson Place N.W., just around the corner from The Palm. • Brown Releases First Appeals Opinion If President George W. Bush nominates Judge Janice Rogers Brown to the Supreme Court, there will now be at least one federal court opinion of hers for senators and interest groups to pick apart. • Attorney Allowed to Withdraw From Anderson Case Last week a judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia allowed Abbe Lowell and his Chadbourne & Parke colleagues to withdraw from defending Walter Anderson, citing Anderson’s failure to pay more than $1 million in fees to the firm. • Trial to Begin in Presidential Assassination Plot Opening arguments are expected today in the trial of a Falls Church, Va., man suspected of conspiring with al Qaeda to kill President George W. Bush. • AT&T-SBC Deal Ends Crowell’s Gold Mine The Justice Department’s approval last week of the AT&T-SBC Communications and MCI-Verizon Communications mergers dealt a blow to smaller telecom companies like Qwest Communications. But for the D.C. antitrust lawyers who worked on the deals it represents the end of a gold mine. • 2005 Leading Lawyers Honored The votes are in. Last week, Legal Times announced the top vote-getters among this year’s Leading Lawyers.

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