Eight months after DLA Piper took over a government-ordered probe into allegations of rampant sexual abuse at Australia's main military academy, the firm's final report on the matter is overdue. According to news reports, DLA will bill taxpayers more than $6.1 million for its work on the investigation, to which it has committed 69 lawyers.
Report: DLA's Tab for Australian Defense Academy Sex Abuse Probe Tops $6 Million
The American Lawyer
January 20, 2012