Back from vacation in China, Judge Lamberth hands down a ruling that keeps the Bank of China as a defendant in a civil terrorism suit; Assistant AG Lanny Breuer takes on the banking industry; D.C. disbars seven lawyers in a single day; Robbins Geller hires its first lobbyist; Mark Cuban offers the SEC a deal; K&L Gates forms a foreclosure practice; and Sen. John Ensign racks up half a million dollars in legal fees.
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