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Wingding: Big Trouble in Hooterville Soon, it seems, judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit may be taking a close-up look at the short-shorts and tight tank tops of the Hooters Girls. No, it’s not a risqu� outing with the clerks, but a dispute over whether the restaurant chain’s trademark scanty outfits deserve legal protection. • Consolation Prizes: Salary War Not Yet Seen Amongst Firms Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s decision to raise first-year associate salaries to $135,000 hasn’t set off a big firm salary war à la 1999 — at least not yet. • Getting on Meds: McKenna Hires Scientists for Biodefense Practice McKenna Long & Aldridge’s biodefense practice is looking to cash in on lucrative government spending as Congress appropriates billions of dollars to find a vaccine for the avian flu. And the firm is hoping to do it by bringing a different kind of expertise to their team. • Screen Gem: Caplin Family Pulls Together for Movie It may have taken 20 years for her screenplay to become a major motion picture, but 85-year-old Ruth Sacks Caplin has become the toast of Hollywood. Bringing her words to the big screen was a labor of love for her family. • School Squeeze: Tech-Firm Owner to Plead Guilty for Bribing Officials The owner of a Maryland-based technology firm is expected to plead guilty this week to bribing District of Columbia Public School officials in exchange for contracts. • White Whale: Dispute Over Green Line Close to Resolution In a case that’s outlived two judges, a 15-year legal battle between the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority and the construction contractors who built Metro’s Green Line is one step closer to resolution. • Jack’s Back: Olender Offers Annual Top 10 Legal Predictions for ’06 2006 will be a good year for lawyers: chock full of major litigation and hefty paydays, so says D.C. medical malpractice king Jack Olender in his annual top 10 legal predictions for the coming year. • Shutter Bugged: FBI Photographer Files Suit Over Mistreatment Due to Disorder As a photographer for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Jeffrey Bell was frequently tapped to work on high-profile cases. But according to a lawsuit Bell, a 43-year-old with Tourette’s syndrome, filed recently in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, all that changed after an incident stemming from his disorder led to retaliation from his employer. • Darned SOX: Attorneys Claim Misuse of Criminal Statute in Sarbanes-Oxley Act Attorneys representing two former executives of Computer Associates, the Long Island, N.Y., company caught up in a massive accounting scandal, argued last week that federal prosecutors are misusing a criminal statute revised as part of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, possibly leading to severe prison sentences — up to 20 years — that were not intended by federal legislators. • We Can Work It Out: Civil Appeals Cases Go to Mediation Before Court In a continuing effort to reduce the caseload at the D.C. Court of Appeals, the court has instituted a one-year appellate mediation program for civil appeals.

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