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Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom just a fewGregory B. Craig, former White House counsel and an adviser to President Obama, has landed back at top US firm
For eight years of Clinton, then eight years of Bush, Carlos Ortiz has waited. With the election of Obama, Ortiz hopes he will have to wait no more to become the first Hispanic Supreme Court justice.
Barack Obama has been president-elect for less than 48 hours, but Washington, D.C., lawyers are already in the throes of one of their favorite guessing games: Who'll get key jobs in the new administration?
So far this election cycle, lawyers and other staffers from the Washington, D.C.-area's top grossing firms have donated more than three times as much money to Democrat Barack Obama as they have to Republican John
Despite Obama 's claim that Washington lobbyists haven't funded his campaign, five corporate law firms, which are among the top contributors to the Obama campaign, have filed as registered lobbyists: Sidley Austin;
Jack Abramoff has been the specter haunting Republican politicians for a few years now. The disgraced GOP lobbyist, who pled guilty in 2006 on fraud and corruption charges, burrowed his way deep into Washington, DC's
The New York Observer has answered a burning political question that never occurred to us, at least until now: “If the major presidential candidates were top New York law firms, which ones would they be?”. Who would
US law firms are throwing their financial muscle behind the Democrats’ attempts to reach the White House, with the legal sector providing more funding to the party’s leading candidates than any other industry. DLA