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Opposition to Railroad Loan Gains Steam With a little over two months for the Federal Railroad Administration to make its final decision on a proposed railroad expansion project, the battle to stop a $2.3 billion loan for Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad moved from the halls of Congress to federal court last week. • All Apologies: Fulbright Executive Committee Chairman Sorry for Partner’s Racist Word Steven Pfeiffer, the D.C.-based chairman of the executive committee of Fulbright & Jaworski, traveled to Duke University School of Law last week to apologize for a racist word used recently by a partner telling a story during a “training interview” held at the law school. • Pick Me: Nominees Submitting for Two Virginia Court Seats The race is on for two open seats on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. • High Def: Cameras in Court Getting Bad Attention For advocates of cameras in the courtroom, it’s been a lousy month. From Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy to Florida Circuit Judge Larry Seidlin. • Thanks for Playing: Attorney Denied Bar Admission for Exam Cheating Sukhbir Singh Bedi can’t catch a break. After failing the D.C. Bar exam 12 times, he finally passed in 1999, but the D.C. Court of Appeals last week denied his admission as an attorney because Bedi cheated on a 1996 exam. • Selling Himself: Blank Rome Litigator Heads to Sutherland Asbill D.C. lawyer William “Billy” Martin, who made a name for himself repping the parents of interns in two Washington scandals, is on the move to Sutherland Asbill & Brennan’s D.C. and Atlanta offices after ditching Blank Rome. • Being Reasonable: Top Attorneys Contribute to Reasonable Doubt Book More than 75 attorneys who have detailed their thoughts, arguments, and musings about the legal phrase “reasonable doubt” in a recently released book of essays edited by CNN’s Larry King.

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