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♦ PAY TO PLAY SERIES ♦ Pay to Play Online Chat Anna Palmer took your questions on the Pay to Play series. We have provided a transcript of this chat. (October 31, 2006) Part Four: Sonnenschein’s Blueprint on Building a K Street Beast After more than a decade inside the Beltway, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal wanted to grab a piece of the growing public-policy industry after seeing many of its clients turn to others for political advice. Since then, the firm has transformed its lobbying practice into one of the largest in the country. (October 30, 2006) • Part Three: Working the Campaign Trail Fattens Lobbyists’ Bottom Line (October 23, 2006) • Part Two: Congressional Hopefuls Look To D.C. for Money, Success (October 16, 2006) • Part One: Raising Money Remains D.C.’s Most Popular Sport (October 9, 2006)
♦ THE ROBERT WONE MURDER ♦ New Details in Wone Case Emerge Police have seized computers and other electronics from the Dupont Circle home in Northwest Washington where lawyer Robert Wone was stabbed to death Aug. 2, according to an affidavit in a search warrant for the house that was recently made public. (September 26, 2006) • Wone Murder Probe Continues (September 4, 2006) • Police Remain in Wone Murder House (August 21, 2006) • Evidence Tampered With in Wone Murder Case, Police Say (August 11, 2006) • Lawyer Murdered: Former Covington Associate Stabbed (August 7, 2006)
♦ THE MILITARY COMMISSIONS DEBATE ♦ New Military Commissions Law Merely Window Dressing for Judicial Review The latest effort to design tribunals to hear detainee cases still comes up short on due process, argues Herman Schwartz. (November 20, 2006) • Military Commissions Bill Leaves Unresolved Issues (October 2, 2006) • DOJ’s Record on Terror Prosecutions Mixed (September 11, 2006) • Miles to Go On Military Tribunal Legislation (August 28, 2006) • How an Overachieving Law Professor Toppled the President’s Terror Tribunals (July 31, 2006) • Post-Hamdan: Senate to Hold Hearings on Hamdan Ruling (July 10, 2006) • Supreme Court Invalidates Gitmo Tribunals (June 29, 2006) • Hamdan v. Rumsfeld (Supreme Court Ruling)

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