For the U.S. Department of Justice's top lawyers, an unusual deal to get rid of a legal headache from Minnesota two years ago has turned into a major political headache in Washington today
...been set. Stephen Kohn of the Washington firm Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto, which represents the whistleblower in the action against Toyobo, said the...
Fox, the rooster, and the Federal Circuit; kudos for legal writing; Klayman unlikes Walton's decision; a win for whistleblowers; a charge for lobbyists; Senate still cold to Medine; and a complete mo
Battling old wounds over the D.C. Circuit; burger trial hits the bench; judges have space issues; taking bids on Dugan; Obama administration raises stakes over judicial nominees; Main Justice's new t
...said an attorney for Youssef, Richard Renner of Washington's Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto. "When you talk about an old boy's club, the...
...mission," said David Colapinto, general counsel of the National Whistleblowers Center and a name partner at D.C.'s Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto. But...
The story of former Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Convertino seems destined for the big screen. With the government's war on terrorism as the backdrop, it features head-spinning twists and wrinkles
Richard Convertino was once a DOJ star. Then he fell to earth. Now he just wants to stay out of jail
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