Influence 50 members registered a slight increase in government-affairs lobbying revenue in 2012
...of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher's securities enforcement practice group, said Khuzami "refocused the division's enforcement program. During his tenure...
...leaned back to photograph Tony Podesta, a lobbyist who runs the Podesta Group. Next to Leahy stood a cameraman for ABC News...
...fraud but Democrats say are little more than efforts to disenfranchise large groups of Democratic-leaning voters. The platform also criticized the Obama administration's...
As top 50 lobbying practices show a 4 percent increase from last year, Akin Gump and Patton Boggs break $100 million barrier
As Japan looks to deflect opposition to its inclusion in a pan-Pacific free-trade pact, a Washington lobbying battle is taking shape, with a prominent D.C. law firm and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce o
...to congressional records. Patton Boggs, which acquired Breaux Lott Leadership Group in July 2010, was one of those firms. Former sens. John Breaux...
Name redaction; Clemens' attorneys cry foul on legal fees; here there be treasure — and lawsuits; agreeing on probation for Mahler; Ivey multitasks; a pro bono award for NLRB; and 17 lobbying h
With each new antitrust rumble, Google is starting to look a lot like Microsoft Corp. all over again
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