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Will Scooter Libby Get a Pardon for Christmas? It’s no secret what former vice presidential aide I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby Jr. would like this holiday season: a neatly wrapped presidential pardon. • Rosenbaums to Sue: Relatives of Deceased New York Times Reporter Seek Damages David Rosenbaum’s children plan to seek $20 million in damages in a lawsuit against the District of Columbia, Howard University, Howard University Hospital, and two of the hospital’s doctors. • Gas Pain: Congress to Go After Price Gouging Federal Trade Commission chairwoman Deborah Platt Majoras last week said Congress will likely pass a law aimed at stopping alleged price-gouging in the gasoline industry, even though the agency has found no evidence that such a law is necessary to protect consumers. • A Little Greener: Greenberg Traurig Boosts Defense Industry Practice Greenberg Traurig finally has something to smile about. After a week of bad news, including the disbarment of the firm’s former New York tax chair, Jay Gordon, over a $1.2 million tax shelter scheme, Greenberg shored up its defense-industry practice in Washington. • All About The Benjamins: Woman Sentenced to Prison in Money-Wiring Case A 39-year-old woman was sentenced to 40 months in federal prison earlier this month for operating an unlicensed money-transmitting business that wired more than $15 million overseas. • A Training Fiasco: Sexual Harassment Suit Filed Against Former NSA Chief of Staff LeeAnn Flynn Hall, deputy director of legislative affairs for the National Security Agency, is suing the agency, claiming former NSA Chief of Staff Adm. Alexander Miller made inappropriate comments to her during a sexual harassment prevention class in 2004.

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