The department’s Executive Office for United States Attorneys in Washington is examining the issue, a Justice Department spokesman confirmed.
Tristram J. Coffin will leave the federal government this month.
Last week of January or the beginning of February for the Attorney General nominee.
The cyber and privacy law expert will serve as a partner in the firm’s soon-to-open Seattle office.
Justice classifies the feminist Gawker site as “Entertainment: Intimate Apparel.”
Three Justice Department veterans will restart the confirmation process under a new Republican-led Senate.
Former CBS correspondent claims illegal government surveillance for controversial reporting
NYT reporter stays tight-lipped in leaks hearing
Senators raise privacy concerns about U.S. Marshals dragnet.
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The Baltimore tax lawyer will effectively be the leader of the division absent any presidential action to fill the Assistant Attorney General job on a permanent basis.
Former Dallas U.S. Attorney takes a top Homeland Security post.
If both Loretta Lynch and Yates are confirmed, it could mean new influence for the U.S. Attorney community at Main Justice.
During her time as a federal prosecutor in Georgia, Yates led several high-profile cases, including the successful prosecution of Eric Rudolph, who bombed a building in Atlanta during the 1996 Olympic
After more than five years as the state’s chief federal prosecutor, Coffin will join Vermont law firm Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC.
A recent memo from the DOJ to U.S. Attorneys suggests so.
How the DOJ helped kill bipartisan reform based on its own policy.
Get civil rights protections, Justice Dept. now says.
Robert Pitman, Lee Bentley III and David Rivera were confirmed on Tuesday; but other long-pending Justice-related nominees were left unaddressed as the 113th Senate adjourned. UPDATED Dec. 19
John Cruden, a non-controversial former career Justice Department lawyer, was stalled by the partisan rancor in the Senate.
Helps Sarah Saldana, other Dem nominees, get confirmed.
The U.S. Attorney in Dallas will now head Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
For Virginia state senator who resigned abruptly, throwing legislature to the GOP.
For DOJ in Apple e-books antitrust appeal.
Holder applauds basketball stars wearing t-shirts to make a “social and political point.”
Emails lay bare press manipulation by Schmaler, Miller, former CBS News reporter says.
James Risen has been battling for years to stop prosecutors from forcing him to name his source for a book that revealed a CIA effort to sabotage Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
Justice Department downplays evidence of politics.
Mr. Bharara wants to force Richard Bonin, a longtime producer for “60 Minutes,” to testify next month at a terrorism trial over bombings by Al Qaeda in 1998. One of the two defendants, Khaled al-Fawwaz, is accused of running Al Qaeda’s media office in London.