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, New York Law Journal

After years of litigation against the Bush administration, attorneys from Kramer Levin and Bingham McCutchen have won release of their ethnic Chinese clients, 17 men from a Muslim and Turkic-speaking enclave in the remote Xinjiang province, from custody at the Guantánamo Bay naval base. Also, legal information Web site has expanded its immigration section so clients do not fall prey to common notary public scams causing false hope of obtaining legal status, and fourteen new members of Legal Services of New York City were recently named to the organization's board of directors.

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