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Some of the key lawyers involved in the Florida election fight: FOR VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE Warren Christopher, former secretary of state; senior counsel, Los Angeles’ O’Melveny & Myers Joseph Sandler, general counsel to DNC; partner, Washington, D.C.’s Sandler & Reiff Ronald Klain, former Gore chief of staff; partner, Washington, D.C. office of O’Melveny & Myers Jack Quinn, former White House counsel; lobbyist, Quinn Gillespie & Associates David Boies, partner, New York’s Boies, Schiller & Flexner Laurence Tribe, professor, Harvard Law School W. Dexter Douglass, former counsel to Florida Gov. Lawton Chiles; partner, Tallahassee’s Douglass Law Firm Robert Bauer; partner, Washington, D.C. office of Seattle’s Perkins Coie Robert Brochin, partner, Miami, Fla., office of Philadelphia, Pa.’s Morgan, Lewis & Bockius Joseph Geller, partner, Hollywood, Fla.’s Geller, Geller, Beskin, Shienvold, Fisher & Garfinkel Peggy Fisher, partner, Geller, Geller, Beskin, Shienvold, Fisher & Garfinkel Mark Herron, partner, Tallahassee, Fla., office of Miami’s Akerman, Senterfitt & Eidson FOR FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PARTY Kendall Coffey, partner, Miami’s Coffey, Diaz & O’Naghten Benedict Kuehne, partner, Miami’s Sale & Kuehne David Adelman, Teresa Wynn Roseborough, partners, Atlanta, Ga.’s Sutherland Asbill & Brennan FOR GOV. GEORGE W. BUSH James Baker III, former secretary of state, chief of staff to President George Bush; partner, Houston’s Baker Botts George Terwilliger III, former deputy attorney general under Bush; partner, Washington, D.C. office of New York’s White & Case Timothy Flanigan, former assistant attorney general, Office of Legal Counsel; partner, Washington, D.C. office of White & Case Theodore Olson, former assistant attorney general, Office of Legal Counsel; partner, Washington, D.C. office of Los Angeles’ Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher Benjamin Ginsberg, general counsel to the Bush campaign and a partner at Washington, D.C.’s Patton Boggs Bobby Burchfield, partner, Washington, D.C.’s Covington & Burling Marcos Jimenez, partner, Miami office, White & Case Barry Richard, partner, Tallahassee office of Miami’s Greenberg Traurig Michael Carvin, former deputy assistant attorney general, Office of Legal Counsel; partner, Washington, D.C.’s Cooper, Carvin & Rosenthal Charles Cooper, former assistant attorney general, Office of Legal Counsel; partner, Washington, D.C.’s Cooper, Carvin & Rosenthal Roberto Martinez, former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida; partner, Coral Gables, Fla.’s Colson, Hicks, Eidson, Colson, Matthews, Martinez, Mendoza, Kalbac & Kane Thomas Tew, partner, Miami’s Tew Cardenas Rebak Kellogg Lehman DeMaria & Tague Alberto Cardenas, chairman, Florida Republican Party; partner, Tew Cardenas Rebak Kellogg Lehman DeMaria & Tague FOR FLORIDA REPUBLICAN PARTY William Scherer Jr., partner, Fort Lauderdale’s Conrad & Scherer FOR FLORIDA SECRETARY OF STATE KATHERINE HARRIS Joseph Klock Jr., Donna Blanton, Jonathan Sjostrom, Victoria Weber, partners, Miami’s Steel Hector & Davis Deborah Kearney, counsel, Florida Department of State FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY CANVASSING BOARD Denise Dytrych, county attorney for Palm Beach County James Mize Jr., Andrew McMahon, George Selfridge, assistant Palm Beach County attorneys FOR PALM BEACH SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS THERESA LEPORE Bruce Rogow, professor of law, Fort Lauderdale’s Nova Southeastern University School of Law Robert Montgomery Jr., partner, West Palm Beach’s Montgomery & Larmoyeux FOR BROWARD COUNTY CANVASSING BOARD Edward Dion, county attorney for Broward County Norman Ostrau, deputy county attorney for Broward County FOR BROWARD COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS JANE CARROLL Samuel Goren, partner, Fort Lauderdale’s Josias, Goren, Cherog, Doody & Ezrol FOR INDIVIDUAL VOTERS Alan Dershowitz, Cambridge, Mass. Gary Farmer Jr., associate, Fort Lauderdale’s Gillespie, Goldman, Kronengold & Farmer Henry Handler, Boca Raton, Fla.’s Weiss & Handler Patrick Lawlor, Young & Lawlor Lawrence Navarro, sole practitioner, North Miami Beach FOR BREVARD COUNTY REPUBLICAN VOTERS James Bopp, general counsel, James Madison Center for Free Speech, Washington, D.C. Liberty Counsel, Orlando, Fla.

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