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.
Nominated to succeed former Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer, who bore the brunt of the blame for the perceived failures, Leslie Caldwell would come to the Criminal Division leadership with a starkly different background.
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.
Or is this how progress happens? Slate wonders.
The NYT journalist says a reporter’s privilege would protect him from being compelled to testify.
Experts: Federal civil rights laws could be in play if public corruption statutes fall short.
Techau in Iowa and Luger in Minnesota appear headed for swift confirmation.
GOP irate after trial attorney who has donated to Dems is selected to lead DOJ’s IRS probe.
Lawmakers pressed Holder for answers about “aggressive” prosecution.
Laurence J. Freedman, who earlier in his career spent more than 12 years in the Justice Department Civil Division Fraud Section, joined the firm as a member of the Health Care Enforcement Defense Practice.
The government plans additional enforcement actions against banks that haven’t done enough to stem the flow of illicit funds.
Gibson Dunn partner: Real Jordan Belfort story missing from movie.
Federal judge approves deferred prosecution agreement between bank and DOJ.
In its part of the $2 settlement, the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) levied its largest civil monetary penalty ever: $461 million.
John Carlin and Debo Adegbile are nominated to lead National Security and Civil Rights divisions, respectively.
Board: Obama administration should stop fighting to hide legal advice.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was on the defensive at a press conference over a DPA for the Wall Street bank.
If confirmed, Diane J. Humetewa would be the only current member of an American Indian tribe to sit on the bench – and the first female tribal member to do so.
Today Main Justice unveils a new site design. We are combining on one home page our free Main Justice coverage with our subscription-only Just Anti-Corruption site, which covers the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Main Justice will resume regular publishing on Jan. 6.
A former stalwart of the DOJ’s Environment Division is picked to return as its chief.