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Griffin Steps Down as Interim U.S. Attorney in Arkansas The Arkansas prosecutor who become a key figure in the scandal surrounding the firing of nine U.S. attorneys stepped down as interim U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas last week � and all signs point to a return to Washington. • Humoring McKay: Fired U.S. Attorney Hoped for District Court Judgeship U.S. attorney jobs are viewed as a springboard to career success and the now-fired U.S. attorney in Seattle, John McKay, certainly saw it that way. • GE’s GC Files Suit Against the Company Lorene Schaefer, general counsel for GE’s transportation unit, filed a class action against the company May 31 in U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut. • Judicial Watch Tells Different Tale of Klayman Departure Larry Klayman’s 2003 departure from Judicial Watch has hardly been a quiet one. And in recently filed court documents, the organization’s current leaders tell a decidedly different tale. • Sher Thing: Disbarred Lawyer Returns to Practice in New York A decade ago, Neal Sher was a prominent name in Washington. After being disbarred in 2003, he’s back in business in New York, remaking himself as a solo practitioner. • Clerk Clash: Law Clerks Banding Together for Workers’ Rights Career law clerks may not have a national organization, but they appear to be banding together in the name of workers’ rights. • Little Assistance: California Rural Legal Assistance Program Accused of Stonewalling Investigation The California Rural Legal Assistance program is accused of engaging in politics by taking on cases with an agenda rather than based on what potential clients needed.

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