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Jefferson Search Saga Touches SG Office Late last week, as bipartisan House indignation over the unprecedented search of the office of Rep. William Jefferson (D-La.) continued to intensify, President George W. Bush ordered the Justice Department to seal Jefferson’s papers in the solicitor general’s office to give both sides time to cool off. • Cutler’s Counsels: Washingtonienne Dropped by Third Law Firm Jessica Cutler appears to be burning through attorneys faster than boyfriends. Now she’s about to be dropped by her third law firm since Robert Steinbuch’s suit was filed, in May 2005. • Overachiever: Company Loses Contract Over Fonts and Pages Rockville, Md.-based IT company Client Network Services Inc. learned the hard way that it isn’t only professors who care about font size and page limits. • Bobbling On: Justice Kennedy Latest Bobblehead Doll It’s Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s turn to be depicted as a bobblehead. A prototype has already been delivered to the justice’s chambers, and soon it will be available free to subscribers of Green Bag, the irreverent law review published by George Mason University School of Law. • Touch and Go: Lawyer Suspended For Sexual Harassment The D.C. Court of Appeals ruled this month that a lawyer who sexually harassed a stranger on the Metro should lose his law license for 30 days because his actions violated attorney ethics rules. • That’s the Ticket: D.C. Bar Elections Becoming Real Campaigns It used to be that all candidates running in D.C. Bar elections had to do was attend a few forums, shake some hands at networking events, and pick up a couple of endorsements. Now some candidates are running full-blown campaigns. • Biden on Board: Senator’s Son Joins Amtrak Reform Board Amtrak may have no better friend on Capitol Hill than Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.). So it’s not hard to guess how Biden’s son Hunter garnered a presidential nomination this month to fill a Democratic seat on Amtrak’s Reform Board. • In the Firms: Movement Amongst the Players Atlanta-based McKenna Long & Aldridge broke into the New York market last week, merging with six-lawyer government affairs outfit Plunkett & Jaffe. Plus more moves…

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