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by Politico | May 16th, 2014

Judge seeks middle ground in privilege dispute.

by Main Justice staff | May 16th, 2014

“I was just three years old in 1954, when Brown was decided…[M]y generation was the first to grow up in a world in which ’separate but equal’ was no longer the law of the land .. I also knew .. that this country wouldn’t automatically translate the words of Brown into substantive change.”

by Politico | May 16th, 2014

Justice Dept. bracing for blow-back.

by Mary Jacoby | May 16th, 2014

The voice vote approval came eight months after the Morgan Lewis partner was nominated.

by Main Justice staff | May 15th, 2014

Two of the District of Columbia’s top lawmen are at odds again.

by Mary Jacoby | May 15th, 2014

The 41-year-old will lead the “next generation” of lawyers in the firm’s Strategic Response Group, advising companies on complex matters intersecting with law enforcement, regulation, Congress and the media.

by The Wall Street Journal | May 14th, 2014

Gov’s former campaign manager Bill Stepien demands a correction.

by The Raw Story | May 14th, 2014

Judge nixes conservative group’s request for their names.

by Politico | May 14th, 2014

… of his criticism of the GOP’s obsession with voter ID laws.

by Mary Jacoby | May 14th, 2014

A 28-year veteran of the Justice Department and the top career officer in the Office of Public Affairs, Talamona will now head up communications for the Securities and Exchange Commission. UPDATED 3:16 p.m.

by Mary Jacoby | May 14th, 2014

Amid a rising tide of fraud, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in 2011 designated newly enrolling home health care agencies as high-risk providers.

by New Orleans Times-Picayune | May 14th, 2014

Jan Mann and Sal Perricone resolved disciplinary proceedings by agreeing to federal court ban.

by Main Justice staff | May 14th, 2014

Gov. Christie’s spokesman, formerly of the U.S. Attorney’s office, said he didn’t know.

by The New York Times | May 14th, 2014

Democratic senators Udall and Wyden say Justice wasn’t forthcoming at the Supreme Court.

by Mary Jacoby | May 14th, 2014

Michael Drewniak, a former spokesman for the New Jersey U.S. Attorney’s office under Chris Christie, said Tuesday he didn’t know if anyone in the governor’s office investigated possible criminal violations in connection with the September George Washington Bridge lane closures.

by Mary Jacoby | May 13th, 2014

The legislation is a priority of current U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who has pushed to reduce racial disparities in sentencing and the overall number of people serving long prison sentences for drug crimes.

by Mary Jacoby | May 10th, 2014

Pokorny is the third former Eastern District prosecutor to join the litigation boutique, founded in 2011.

by Mary Jacoby | May 10th, 2014

Prepared to testify about federal marijuana enforcement policy before a House Oversight Committee hearing, O’Neil ended up facing rapid-fire questioning from Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan (R) about the IRS probe.

by DNAinfo New York | May 10th, 2014

Pugnacious New York Republican, now under indictment, was once an FBI agent.

by The New York Times | May 9th, 2014

“Everybody’s gone completely crazy,” Kentucky Republican says.

by National Law Journal | May 9th, 2014

Originally charged with manslaughter in 2007 Baghdad shooting.

by The News Journal | May 9th, 2014

Ex-U.S. Attorney Colm Connolly, a Republican, was party’s best hope for taking Beau Biden’s place.

by The Washington Post | May 9th, 2014

Fate of David Barron’s appeals court nomination still unclear.

by CBS News | May 8th, 2014

The IRS political hot potato gets tossed to U.S. Attorney Ron Machen

by Mary Jacoby | May 8th, 2014

How to stay out of regulatory trouble in an era of heightened enforcement and slower growth.

by Mary Jacoby | May 8th, 2014

Democratic Sen. Chris Coons has reportedly apologized to black leaders for his vote in March against the nomination of Debo Adegbile.

by ProPublica | May 7th, 2014

Don’t get too excited.

by The Washington Post | May 7th, 2014

$15 million to the oil giant, and now storied Washington firm will assist in discovery against its former Ecuadorian clients.

by Mary Jacoby | May 7th, 2014

The black National Security Division lawyer sued in 2012, alleging that he was treated differently in the hiring process than the white candidate who was ultimately selected for the promotion.

by Bloomberg | May 6th, 2014

Chevron litigation takes an ominous turn.

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