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December 08, 2004


Circling the wagons

John C. Keeeney Jr., president of the D.C. bar, doesn't approve of election-season criticism of powerful plaintiff's tort lawyers or of activist judges: "An attack on lawyers and judges is truly an attack on each of us." But David Giacalone isn't going along.

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