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A chart that accompanied a June 12 story, “ AGs find payoff in big drug lawsuits,” should have reported that Dey Inc. settled a lawsuit with the state of Missouri for $2.9 million. A June 19 story, “ Reed Smith Makes Move in Europe,” should have said that the firm’s new London office will have more than 300 lawyers after its merger with Richards Butler. The June 19 “ Profiles in Power” entry for Andrew L. Frey should have placed him in Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw’s New York and Washington offices, and made clear he has argued cases before 11 federal courts of appeals and 11 state supreme courts. Also, in the same article, the profile of Benjamin W. Heineman Jr. should have reported that he went to Yale Law School.

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