The Trump administration’s top environmental lawyer faces severe career repercussions and possibly ethics probes in the wake of allegations, which he disputes, that he worked with President Donald Trump to try to cast doubt on the 2020 election results.
U.S. inspection access to audit firms in China and a related law that would delist some Chinese companies from U.S. exchanges were among the issues the Big Four accounting firms spent millions lobbying the federal government over during the last year of the Trump administration.
USA Gymnastics is in the market for some new legal help after its only in-house lawyer headed for the exit, a move that came some two years after the group filed for bankruptcy in the face of mounting sexual abuse claims.
Bill Strong, a former Morgan Stanley executive who helped Longford Capital attract big-time investors and become a $1 billion business, has resigned as chair of the Chicago-based litigation finance firm, a co-founder confirmed on Tuesday.
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