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Neas Steps Down as Head of PFAW Washington, D.C.’s liberal landscape was rocked late last week when news broke that Ralph Neas, president and CEO of People for the American Way since 2000, is stepping down to become president emeritus and help search for his successor. • Taxing Hogan: Two Prominent Attorneys Subpoenaed in KPMG Case Collateral damage from the KPMG tax shelter imbroglio has struck Hogan & Hartson and two of the firm’s most prominent attorneys. • From DOJ to DLA: Zeidenberg Joins DLA Piper After 22 years in public service, Peter Zeidenberg has left the Justice Department’s Public Integrity Section for DLA Piper. • Where’s Virginia? Lawsuit Could Surface Over Female Detained in Jail’s Male Unit The D.C. Metropolitan Police Department says it tried to find Virginia Soto, the 47-year-old woman who was arrested last month on drug-related charges and mistakenly detained in the jail’s male unit, living and showering with male inmates. But this time, it may be D.C.’s plaintiffs bar that has more interest in locating her. • Too Much Information: Raytheon Suing U.S. Army for Releasing Company Trade Secrets In their own affairs, government officials prize secrecy. But when it comes to guarding the secrets of others, well, that’s another kettle of fish, according to one multibillion-dollar defense contractor. • Another 15: D.C. Superior Court Judges Reappointed to 15-Year Terms D.C. Superior Court Judges Brook Hedge and Lee Satterfield have been deemed “well qualified” by the D.C. Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure and have been reappointed to 15-year terms.

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