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Who Wants to Be a D.C. Bureaucrat? Washington is full of bright young things with impeccable credentials. And Todd Kim, the District of Columbia’s first solicitor general, fits the bill. • Stealing the Messenger: Five Foley Lawyers Jump Ship Merger talks flipped to jumping ship when five lawyers at Foley & Lardner moved to Jorden Burt last week. • Johnnie Come Lately: Cochran Firm Still Open One year after famed celebrity trial attorney Johnnie Cochran died from an inoperable brain tumor, attorneys with the Cochran Firm sent out an e-mail alert last week reminding people they were still in business. • Free Agent: Out-Going NFL Commish Not Likely to Return to Firm It doesn’t appear that former Covington & Burling partner Paul Tagliabue, who announced his retirement as National Football League commissioner last week, will settle back with his old firm. • Artful Dodger: First-Year Holland Associate Sanctioned A first-year associate at Holland & Knight was sanctioned by a D.C. federal judge earlier this month for a “sustained pattern” of evading the judiciary in connection with a suit filed against him over a real estate dispute. • So Long, Hank: Nominee for Sixth Circuit Withdraws Henry Saad, the Michigan state appeals judge and long-standing nominee to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, pulled his name from contention last week after waiting four-and-a-half years to be confirmed. • Matching Offers: Salary Race Coming to a Close Arnold & Porter, Howrey, Venable, and WilmerHale have all joined onto the recent wave of pay increases that boosted first-year salaries by $10,000 to $135,000 annually. • In the Firms: Movement Amongst the Players Patton Boggs lost two lobbyists to Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman last week, following five former colleagues who joined the newly merged firm earlier this year. Plus more…

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