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For the third time, our sibling publication The American Lawyer set out to pick the Litigation Department of the Year, and for the second time, choose the best specialty groups in other areas, including Labor and Employment. The American Lawyer invited The Am Law 200, the country’s 200 highest-grossing firms, to report on their litigation records between January 1, 2004, and June 30, 2005. Specifically, they asked for no more than five examples of “significant achievements” in six categories, ranging from pretrial work to appellate to pro bono. They found a couple of surprises:

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