President Joe Biden fired the second-highest-ranking attorney at the National Labor Relations Board a day after ousting her superior, leaving leadership of the agency’s legal arm in limbo as the new administration seeks to reorient the board away from the Trump administration’s business-centric focus.
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A lawyers’ group wants New York’s attorney disciplinary body to investigate Rudy Giuliani for alleged ethical breaches over his work for former President Donald Trump and to suspend his license to practice during any inquiry.
Senior staffers from the Obama administration are returning to the Department of Health and Human Services as the Biden administration takes the reins of an agency battling Covid-19 without any confirmed officials.
Kirkland & Ellis earned more than four times the next closest law firm for work it did representing bankrupt companies appearing on a database compiled by UCLA.
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