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Management Shake-Up at Patton Boggs Patton Boggs announced a major restructuring last week that puts younger blood into management positions. • The Other Side: Rainey Pleads Guilty to Conflict of Interest Ryan Rainey, a former prosecutor who spent seven years handling child abuse cases as an assistant U.S. attorney in the District and three years in the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division, got a taste of what it feels like to be on the other end of the criminal justice system. • Arrested Development: Suit Filed on Illegal Arrests in Baltimore More than 20,000 people were illegally arrested by the Baltimore City Police Department last year, according to a class action filed June 15 by the American Civil Liberties Union, the NAACP, and D.C.-based Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. • Media Game: High-Profile Attorneys Discuss the Press Lawyers often say their most important advice to clients is to keep quiet. But when it comes to high-profile representations, the equation isn’t always so simple, a panel of Washington defense attorneys told attendees at the American Constitutional Society conference June 16. • Out of the Family: Suit Dismissed Against Family Court Policy A suit filed by 10 attorneys who objected to a system that restricts the number of lawyers who can represent indigent defendants in D.C. Superior Court’s Family Court was dismissed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. • Exiled: Orrick Attorneys Expelled From Guantanamo Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe attorneys Yiota Souras and Michael Trinh spent months lining up their first face-to-face meeting last week with a Yemeni client detained at Guant�namo Bay, Cuba. Their first day went well, but not after that… • Rocky Ruling: Saga Continues of Empanelled Former Grand Jurors The long-running legal saga of 18 former grand jurors impaneled 15 years ago during a case involving the Cold War munitions factory Rocky Flats moved forward last week in a decision the jurors’ attorney, George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley, says could change the grand jury system. ONLINE EXTRAS

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