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Greenberg Makes Deal With Texas Tribe on Abramoff Dispute When it comes to imprisoned superlobbyist Jack Abramoff, Greenberg Traurig has a history of getting stuck with the tab. At least, that’s how it often worked out until the firm cut a deal with the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas earlier this month. • Turley Joins Ex-Professor’s Terror Case George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley is joining former college professor Sami al-Arian’s defense team in a last-ditch effort to block federal prosecutors from forcing al-Arian to testify before a grand jury. • Higher Powers: Justice Department Asked to Aid D.C. Homicide Detectives The criminal indictment of two D.C. homicide detectives last month came after more than two years of effort by their legal team to stave off prosecution, including outreach to top officials at the Justice Department. • All Aboard: Amtrak Hires Meyer as Deputy GC Amtrak, the national passenger rail service that comes under regular congressional fire for its persistent deficit, has hired Jonathan Meyer as deputy general counsel. • Sidley in Sydney: Firm Opens Australian Office Sidley Austin is opening an office in Sydney, Australia, this week. The expansion could be more accurately described as a lateral pickoff. • Inside Job: Livingstone’s Exit From Global Options Now a Nasty Court Battle Neil Livingstone has been the voice of Global Options since he founded the corporate strategy group in 1997. But his January exit from the company has devolved into a bitter battle in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. • Blue’s Clues: D.C. Cop Indicted on Tax Evasion, False Claims, and Fraud Charges Detective Michael Irving, an 18-year veteran of the Metropolitan Police Department is currently on paid administrative leave following Justice Department indictment. • Gitmo Redo: Justice Department Proposing More Restrictions to Lawyers’ Access An April 9 proposal filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit would formally change the modus operandi of counsel visits, adding further restrictions.

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