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Court: Check Back in About Seven Years More than seven years after hearing arguments, the D.C. Court of Appeals issued its opinion in an employment discrimination case from a fired bank teller who won a $1 million jury award and then lost everything in a second trial. • Howes Returns to D.C. Superior Court Last week, G. Paul Howes found himself on the stand in D.C. Superior Court, refuting the latest accusations that he brokered deals with his witnesses. • Ookie Calls Billy: High-Profile Case for New Sutherland Partner Sutherland Asbill & Brennan probably didn’t envision William “Billy” Martin’s first high-profile case at the firm would involve dog fighting. Enter Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, who last week hired Martin to represent him after being charged with operating an illegal interstate dogfighting ring. • Missed A Spot: More Housing Violations at Dahlgreen Courts After D.C. officials claimed hundreds of housing code violations at Dahlgreen Courts had all been abated, a recent reinspection found approximately 70 violations, resulting in notices of $34,500 in fines. • Gross Misgivings? Age-Discrimination Suit Filed Against Akin Gump Donald Gross, former senior counsel in the firm’s Korea practice, has filed an age-discrimination suit after being fired for being “too senior.” • Monkey Business: Jane Goodall Institute Breaks Into Lobbying Scene The Jane Goodall Institute is swinging onto the lobbying scene for the first time, with a list of priorities that includes species conservation, conservation of primate habitats, the treatment of chimpanzees in captivity, and chimps retired from participating in scientific research.

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