Washington, D.C.-based Cooper, Carvin & Rosenthal was founded only five years ago by two former DOJ officials in the Reagan administration. The firm enjoyed a lucrative and politically charged practice -- until recently. Three top associates were hired away by President George W. Bush and a handful of partners jumped ship. But Charles Cooper, the de facto managing partner of the firm, still says, "I love my practice."
How Cooper Carvin Came Apart
May 1, 2001