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AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION Martin Ginsburg was honored with the American Bar Association Section of Taxation 2006 Distinguished Service Award on May 5. Since 1995, the award has been given to lawyers in recognition of their significant contributions to the tax system. Ginsburg is of counsel at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson and a professor at Georgetown University Law Center. The co-author of Mergers, Acquisitions, and Buyouts, Ginsburg is also an active member of the ABA’s Section of Taxation, which consists of about 18,000 tax lawyers nationwide.
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION The FBI unveiled a portrait of former Director William Sessions on April 28. The painting commemorates Sessions’ tenure as director from 1987 to 1993 and joins portraits of other former directors in a gallery at the FBI’s headquarters. While serving at the FBI, Sessions oversaw the creation of many criminal investigation and prosecution programs, including the AFIS fingerprint identification system and research into DNA forensics. Now a partner at Holland & Knight, Sessions practices in the firm’s alternative dispute resolution department.
FEDERAL CITY COUNCIL John Hagner has been named a D.C. trustee of the Federal City Council, a nonpartisan civic group dedicated to the improvement of Washington, D.C. The council, established in 1954, is limited to 200 trustees, who finance and carry out the council’s activities. The trustees include business, professional, educational, and civic leaders. The council’s current projects include spearheading plans to construct a National Music Center and Museum at 9th Street and New York Avenue Northwest, and helping build regional support for the long-term funding needs of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Hagner is a partner at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice and is practice group leader of the real estate development section. � Nathan Carlile
Please send notices of D.C.-area honors or appointments to Nathan Carlile.

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