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Acting AG Clement is ‘Same Old Paul’ It was business as usual at the Solicitor General’s Office last week, which meant preparing for oral arguments and discussing cases with the boss — even though the boss, Solicitor General Paul Clement, had just been named acting attorney general. • Public Defender Service Attorney Detained in Holding Cell A heated exchange between D.C. Superior Court Judge John Bayly Jr. and Public Defender Service attorney Liyah Brown last week ended with Brown in a holding cell — the first time, Bayly says, he has ever detained a lawyer. • Dream Team: Fallout From Duke Lacrosse Scandal Could Hit City of Durham Next The fallout from false rape charges filed against three Duke University lacrosse players in 2006 has already created plenty of legal trouble. Now it may be the city of Durham’s turn. • Eating the Competition: Whole Foods Victory Could Have Broader Antitrust Implications Whole Foods Market Inc.’s victory in a six-month antitrust battle with federal regulators has had an immediate impact in grocery stores, but the decision may have broader implications for antitrust law. • Another Chance: Former Arnold & Porter Partner’s Malpractice Suit Revived The D.C. Court of Appeals last week reversed the dismissal of former Arnold & Porter partner Michael Caglioti’s medical malpractice suit against George Washington University Hospital and two medical groups. • Elephant Man: Ringling Bros. Owner Files Suit Alleging Bribery of Former Elephant Caretaker The company that produces Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey circus has filed suit in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia alleging that the ASPCA and others conspired to bribe a former elephant caretaker to press on with a mistreatment-of-animals suit.

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