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Lawyers Sue to Oust Patent Official How do you dislodge a political appointee? Sue her boss for hiring her in the first place. A group of California-based patent attorneys are testing this strategy in federal court in Washington, where they filed a complaint last week against Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez. • Judicial Spanking: Superior Court Judge Chastised for Cultural Remarks D.C. Superior Court Judge Zinora Mitchell-Rankin has been chastised for her musings from the bench about El Salvador culture that triggered the reversal of a sex abuse conviction for a Salvadoran immigrant. • On the Hook: Law Enforcement Motions Denied in World Bank Arrests Law enforcement agencies that participated in the mass arrest of about 400 people during a 2002 World Bank protest in D.C.’s Pershing Park must face the music, a federal judge ruled last week. • The Lexis Nexus: Suit Over $37K LexisNexis Bill Dismissed When Dawn Martin opened her LexisNexis bill about two years ago, it smarted something awful. The damage, incurred in about two months’ time: more than $37,000… • Guess Again: Potential Supreme Court Nominees Already Being Discussed Considering that the 2008 presidential campaign has gotten off to a ludicrously early start, it should come as no surprise that the speculation about potential Supreme Court nominees in the next administration has also gotten under way. • Hello Hanoi: Duane Morris Opens Offices in Vietnam Philadelphia-based Duane Morris is expanding further into the Asian market by opening offices in Vietnam. The firm announced last week that it had established offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, a move that few other U.S. firms have taken.

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