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Due to an editing error, biographical information was missing from two contributed items in “Developments in the Substantive Law,” Texas Lawyer, Dec. 25, 2006. The Administrative Law article on page 26 titled “Deference Questions” should have noted that Pete Schenkkan was lead counsel in an amicus curiae brief filed on behalf of Coastal Conservation Association Texas at the Texas Supreme Court in City of Marshall v. City of Uncertain. The Maritime Law article on page 32 titled “Course Change for Vessels” should have noted that Kenneth G. Engerrand and Monica F. Markovich represented Atlantic Sounding Co. in the motion for rehearing en banc at the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Holmes v. Atlantic Sounding Co.

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