The parties in a landmark subpoena fight between the House of Representatives and the White House are trying to make nice outside the courtroom, according to a report filed Friday. A judge ruled last month that Harriet Miers, former legal counsel to the president, must appear before Congress to give testimony related to the U.S. Attorney firings. DOJ lawyers told the judge Friday "parties have recommenced discussions to determine whether a negotiated resolution may obviate the need for continued litigation."
Negotiations Under Way in White House Subpoena Case
August 25, 2008