Both The Associated Press and Bloomberg L.P. have retained outside counsel this week after finding themselves caught up in two very different controversies, with the AP fighting back against the Just
...the recently elected Ted Cruz of Texas, represent a new genus of Republican senator. The men are scions of the conservative legal movement who have...
Paul Tiao, a former senior cybersecurity adviser with the FBI, has left the agency to become a partner in the privacy and data security group of Hunton & Williams in Washington, D.C. The practice gro
As disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner considers running in this year's New York City mayor's race, a $4.8 million war chest that includes $72,721 in contributions from Am Law 200 lawyers and
...director and chief health counsel for the U.S. Senate Finance Committee Republican staff for Grassley, according to his biography on his firms...
Milwaukee-based Michael Best & Friedrich's close relationship with potential Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker has paid dividends for both
...34; While at DOJ, Breuer was not without critics. Congressional Republicans, for instance, hounded him over Operation Fast and Furious, the federal gun...
...And although the 11 state AGs who joined the suit are all Republicans, Gray is adamant that this is not a partisan issue. "This...
The Massachusetts Republican—who lost his seat to Elizabeth Warren in November—has joined Nixon Peabody as counsel to the firm's Boston office, where he plans to specialize in governmenta
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Fish & Richardson IP partner John Dragseth and Emory University School of Law professor Timothy Holbrook are representing Brendan Ayanbadejo and Chris Kluwe on the amicus brief the players have filed
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