"I remain committed to as much transparency as possible, and I will keep you informed as to the status of my review," Barr wrote in a letter to U.S. Senate and House judiciary leaders Friday.
With plenty of work left to be done, the investigation has already been a career-defining event for scores of lawyers on both sides.
The road to the report has included the involvement of numerous big-name lawyers, challenges to the investigation itself, unprecedented courtroom proceedings and the downfall of prominent Washington insiders.
AG William Barr said in a memo to Congress: "I am reviewing the report and anticipate that I may be in a position to advise you of the special counsel's principal conclusions as soon as this weekend."
Mayer Brown's termination of a Chicago-based partner marks the second Big Law partner this month to be publicly dismissed amid controversy.
Skilled in the Art: Will Supreme Court Dunk on Ninth Circuit Copyright Ruling + Your Tax Dollars at Work: U.S. Ordered to Pay $4.3 Million Fee Award
With Oracle and Google on the horizon, SCOTUS may take up a more fun case involving a 35-year-old photo of Michael Jordan.
Specialization Can Make Midsize Firms More Desirable to Clients—and More Vulnerable to Poaching
For midsize law firms that can afford to have sub-specialties on staff, the reward can be a go-to service offering that generates a national or international client base for an otherwise regional firm, consultants noted. But that also puts the group at increased risk of being snatched up by larger firms.
It took about a dozen Airbnb in-house lawyers to pull off the short-term lodging service's biggest acquisition.
MillerCoors is asking a court to order the maker of Bud Light to stop running ads implying that Miller Lite and Coors Light have corn…
What separates a successful communications strategy from a forgettable one? Former Cravath CMO Deborah Farone offers her tips for what works and what doesn't.
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Stergios "Terry" Theologides will bring more than two decades of in-house experience to Fannie Mae when he steps into his new role March 28. He previously led the legal department at CoreLogic Inc. and has served as an in-house leader for New Century Financial Corp. and Morgan Stanley.
Audrey Strauss, currently senior counsel in the office, will replace Khuzami as deputy U.S. attorney, and Craig Stewart, an Arnold & Porter partner, will serve as chief counsel.
The new Jet.Law firm deploys machine learning to forecast a case's workload and uses that prediction to price clients at a fixed monthly rate.
A federal judge in Chicago has tossed a lawsuit alleging that Tootsie Roll Industries sold its Junior Mints in deceptively large boxes.
U.S. District Judge…
Quotes of note this week came from a partner at Sullivan & Cromwell, discussing the intersection of social media and money, a lawyer Rivkin Radler