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McNulty Makes Rare Appearance to Tout Justice’s Fraud Policy The memorandum that bears his name is working, Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty said last week. • Lead Prosecutor on Wone Case Resigns The federal prosecutor who was leading the investigation into the still-unsolved murder of D.C. lawyer Robert Wone abruptly left his post last month, has hired a personal lawyer, and will resign on April 27. • Seeking an Endgame: Justice Dept. Lawyers Seek End to Gitmo Habeas Corpus Petitions With a nod of approval from the highest court in the land, Justice Department lawyers are asking judges on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to dismiss habeas corpus petitions from the Guant�namo Bay detainees for good. • Rain Check? D.C. Court Officials Turn to Fielding in Raise Fight When D.C. court officials felt they were given short shrift on federal money for employee raises, White House Counsel Fred Fielding came to their rescue — well, almost. • Bar None: Suit Filed Over New Federal Rules Concerning Bar Membership Last week, new federal rules went into effect requiring that the 1,000-some lawyers who arbitrate administrative appeals on issues from immigration to labor to security clearances must be active bar members. The Association of Administrative Law Judges is not happy about that. • Watch Your Wallet: International Intellectual Property Institute Pleads Guilty in Embezzlement Scheme The financial operations manager of the International Intellectual Property Institute is expected to plead guilty to one count of wire fraud in connection with an embezzlement scheme that netted more than $100,000. • The Missing Link: Whose Blog Posted Bar Exam Questions? The National Conference of Bar Examiners is hunting for the anonymous person who published 41 questions from the 2006 Multistate Bar Examination on an Internet blog within hours of taking the exam last year.

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