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Deep Divide Over Evidence in Terror Cases The divide on how to handle classified evidence may be the single most divisive issue in the looming gap between the rules the administration wants Congress to devise for its military commissions and those the Senate Armed Services Committee want to establish. • Case Closed: Final Victory for Beirut Bombing Victims It took more than 23 years, but victims of the 1983 U.S. Embassy bombing in Beirut received a final court victory last week in their fight to hold the government of Iran responsible for supporting the attack by Shiite militant group Hezbollah. • In the Firms: Movement Amonst the Players Two sets of telecom lawyers changed firms last week… • Afraid of Jon Stewart?: DOJ Lawyer Doesn’t Want McCallum Deposition Released The potential abuse of the discovery process has DOJ lawyer Lisa Olson requesting that the deposition of former Associate Attorney General Robert McCallum not be released. • Hogan & Hartson Wins Fee Dispute Case Hogan & Hartson prevailed in D.C. Superior Court last week, when a jury awarded more than $180,000 to the firm after a client refused to pay his legal tab. • He’s No Snitch: Dismissal of Libel Suit Upheld Is “informer” a defamatory word? On Aug. 31, the D.C. Court of Appeals cited numerous rulings — including a case involving the lyrics of the late rapper Tupac Shakur — when it upheld the dismissal of a libel suit by Patrick Clawson against the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. • Why No Women?: O’Connor Questions Lack of Urging for Another Female Justice Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor says women should have been more vocal in urging President George W. Bush to replace her with a woman.

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