The lawsuit began last October as a collection action, when Google sought to recoup $335,000 in unpaid bills.
A senior attorney with FedEx Corp. is the leading candidate for the Western District of Tennessee U.S. Attorney nomination, an individual with knowledge of the nomination process told Main Justice Tuesday.
The committee has yet to schedule votes for another 16 would-be U.S. Attorneys.
In False Claims Act cases, the 93 prosecutors will have the power to issue civil investigative demands, a potent administrative subpoena that covers documents, depositions and interrogatories.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has reportedly presented to the White House his a draft of legislation that would overhaul the country’s terrorist detention system.
Antitrust stories from around the Web that we’re reading Tuesday.
In a letter, Attorney General Eric Holder responded to written questions submitted by Senate Judiciary Committee members after a November hearing.
A Nashville, Tenn., lawyer active in Democratic politics is the leading candidate for the Middle District of Tennessee U.S. Attorney nomination.
Attorney General Eric Holder was scheduled to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday.
The new unit will focus on civil rights prosecutions, training and outreach.
Defendants accused of selling illegally obtained American Indian artifacts are seeking to have the government’s primary evidence — videotapes recorded by an undercover operative — thrown out.
A group of Republican state attorneys general say they will file a lawsuit to challenge the constitutionality of the recently passed health care legislation. UPDATED: March 23.
On Friday, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined in the criticism of Keep America Safe’s recent “al-Qaeda Seven” ad questioning the loyalty of Justice Department lawyers who had previously represented terrorism detainees.
Benton J. Campbell has headed the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York on an interim basis since Oct. 19, 2007.
The facility was built in 2005 using Department of Justice grant funding.
The Chicago-based U.S. Attorney will head an investigation into the possible disclosure of the identities of clandestine CIA agents involved in terrorism investigations.
A federal prosecutor from the Southern District of Mississippi is in the running for the Northern District of Mississippi U.S. Attorney slot, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) told Main Justice.
The sponsor of House legislation to eliminate crack and powder cocaine sentencing disparities told Main Justice he has not yet decided if he is willing to compromise and move forward with the Senate version of the bill.
The Alabama governor named an Assistant U.S. Attorney to a county judgeship Friday.
On Friday, the chairman of the Senate Banking Committee on Friday sent a letter to the Attorney General expressing his concerns about the financial services firm.
The winner of the Democratic primary will face Sen. Charles Grassley, who is running unopposed in the Republican primary.
The head of the Special Litigation Section of the Civil Rights Division will be leaving her position for another within the Justice Department.
The top Republican on the House Judiciary panel wants to know Eric Holder’s thoughts on the venue for a civil trial.
The Equal Justice Act requires the government to report information on who is getting money to pay legal costs when they win a suit against the federal government. But there have been no reports for 15 years.
The Attorney General’s remarks come two weeks after a conservative group released an advertisement questioning the loyalty of Justice Department lawyers who represented suspected terrorists while in private practice. UPDATED 3:34 p.m.
Republican senators plan to question Attorney General Eric Holder on previously undisclosed Supreme Court briefs at an oversight hearing next week.
The district has been without a presidentially selected U.S. Attorney since 2007.
The former FTC chairman will receive an award from the Justice Department next month.
A lawyer for supporters for former Philadelphia U.S. Attorney Pat Meehan, who is running for a House seat, called the fraud allegations “outrageous.”
Hassan Nemazee, the national finance co-chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, allegedly used loan proceeds from one bank to pay other bank loans over an 11-year period from 1998 to 2009.
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"Former Congressman Renzi’s streak of criminal activity was a betrayal of the public trust and abuse of the political process.” -- Mythili Raman, acting Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division.