A three-judge panel will decide whether the company should be granted a longer stay while it appeals the monitorship.
The dispute shined a light on something that has annoyed corporations for years: compliance monitors.
Regulators moved to make it easier to slap banks with fines if they take on more than their declared appetite for risk.
David Samson, who is close to Chris Christie, retained Michael Chertoff as the Bridgegate probe widens.
Scandals are not his fault, columnist quips.
The mayor of Hoboken, N.J., said she met with U.S. Attorney’s office about flood relief funds.
Under investigation, ex-Va. Gov. asks lawmakers to vouch for him with U.S. Attorney.
Under investigation for his relationship with a wealthy businessman, former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell asked the top Democrat in the state Senate and the speaker of the House of Delegates to call the U.S. Attorney’s office last week to attest to his character.
The AG will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Jan. 29.
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher already represents the Port Authority in a toll-increase suit.
Heather Tewksbury joins WilmerHale and Jillian Berman heads to Levine Lee.
Joe Hogsett of Indiana’s Southern District said he plans to serve the remainder of his term.
Criminal Division nominee expected to focus on individuals.
These are the first reforms since the Edward Snowden leaks.
As a federal prosecutor, Brown was a Christie loyalist in a U.S. Attorney’s office that came under fire for actions perceived to help boost its former leader’s election chances.
Analysis shows Justice rarely pursues the people behind corporate wrongdoing.
The failure to reveal the size of the litigation reserve sits at odds with longstanding practices.
Lawmakers move to restore what SCOTUS stripped.
Chuck Grassley questions David Barron’s influence while at helm of DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel.
The men discussed crime prevention and civil rights in the context of stop-and-frisk.
Former assistant U.S. Attorney Randy Mastro will lead the firm’s internal review into the incident.
The move addresses a decade of criticism from civil rights groups.
Jordan Belfort blasted a Wall Street Journal story that was based on erroneous information from the Brooklyn U.S. Attorney’s office.
James Baker had previously worked with FBI Director James Comey at DOJ and Bridgewater.
The N.J. General Assembly hired Reid Schar as special counsel for a committee that will investigate “Bridgegate.”
As U.S. Attorney, he was accused of using deferred prosecution agreements to steer no-bid contracts to buddies.
The president will announce changes on Friday in a speech at DOJ headquarters.
Could be hard to prove Christie public corruption, so what about interstate travel rights?
Column: The issue is one of priorities.
Even among its peers, the company stands out for its level of secrecy.