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Jenkens & Gilchrist has thrown in the towel -� and on it are written the names of hundreds of clients who may have used tax shelters since deemed questionable by the IRS. The Dallas firm, which had been fighting the IRS’ demand for names, relented after federal Judge James B. Moran rejected the firm’s claims that such disclosure would violate attorney-client privilege … Wilmer Cutler Pickering has snagged a global litigation chief from Credit Suisse First Boston. Partner J. Kevin McCarthy intends to focus on financial institutions grappling with securities suits and SEC enforcement, matters he came to know well in eight years at CSFB … The bad news just keeps coming for a Colorado attorney hired to defend Pfc. Lynndie England on charges of abusing Iraqi prisoners. As previously noted, Giorgio Ra’Shadd faces trial in September for alleged misuse of client funds. Now, the Denver Post has reported that the former military lawyer has been fined $2,000 for misleading a divorce court. Ra’Shadd had argued that his client’s husband was a scofflaw for failing to appear in court. In fact, the man, unaware of the proceedings, was on active duty in Iraq … To the list of folks hoping to cash in on the Google IPO, add this name: Peri Fleisher. The great-niece of Edward Kasner, the mathematician who debuted the term “googol,” says she and other descendants are testing the waters to see if they can collect from the search engine, which pays homage to Kasner on its site. Fleisher won’t say how much the family thinks it’s owed �- presumably less than a 1 followed by 100 zeros. – Lori Patel

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