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D.C. Circuit Strikes Down D.C. Gun Control Laws The Supreme Court has avoided spelling out the meaning of the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms for nearly 70 years. But after a ruling Friday by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, it might be difficult for the high court to sidestep the issue any longer. • Howes Admits Ethics Violations Faced with overwhelming evidence of his misconduct in a witness-payment scandal, former federal prosecutor G. Paul Howes has admitted to violations of six ethics rules. • Goodbye Mike: Founding Board Member of Special Olympics Passes Away Myer “Mike” Feldman established a blue-chip firm, advised presidents, and was a founding board member of the Special Olympics. On March 1, he died of heart disease. He was 92. • Diluting Damages: Medical Malpractice Verdict Cut Due to Maryland Cap A Maryland woman permanently disabled after a massive stroke stands to lose more than $1.4 million of a D.C. jury’s $5.8 million medical malpractice verdict now that the D.C. Court of Appeals has ruled that Maryland’s cap on pain-and-suffering damages should apply. • Sandwich Suit: Potbelly Sued for ADA Violation A lawsuit filed last week alleges that Potbelly Sandwich Works restaurants have barriers that are a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. • Everything’s Gone Green: Arnold & Porter Participating in ‘Eco-Challenge’ It might be a while before Arnold & Porter partners start showing up to work strapped into a Prius like Al Gore at the Oscars, but the firm might bring a smile to Gore’s face with its new officewide policy designed to reduce, recycle, and reuse.

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