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Miller & Chevalier Mob Loses A Few More Capos At least Tony Soprano lost his crew in a single, bloody day. But the fight for talent that now defines the Washington legal market seems to be giving Miller & Chevalier a variation of the Moe Green Special every week. • Union Blues: Fenty GC Readying to Defend Possible Terminations in Disability Department Peter Nickles, Mayor Adrian Fenty’s general counsel, is gearing up for a union battle over his plans for possible widescale terminations at the D.C. Department of Disability Services. • Bork Reform: Bork Files Suit Over Fall at Yale Club Conservatives are always railing about tort reform — that is, until they need a good lawyer. Witness legal luminary Robert Bork. • Settle Down: Talks Break Down in Immigration Judge Suit The Justice Department may have changed its rules for hiring immigration judges, but that is not enough to satisfy Guadalupe Gonzalez, the El Paso, Texas-based lawyer who sued the agency when it passed her over for a slot on the bench. • Hokie Help: Skadden to Provide Legal Advice in Virginia Tech Massacre Investigation The Virginia Tech review panel charged with investigating the April campus massacre has called on the D.C. office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom for legal advice. • Cuban Conundrum: Treasury Dept. Backs Off Fine for Alliance of Baptists The Treasury Department has backed off a threatened $34,000 fine against the D.C.-based Alliance of Baptists for alleged violations of Cuba travel restrictions by five member churches during mission trips. • Spags Bags It: Spagnoletti New D.C. Bar President

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