The war in Iraq has an army of high-profile attorneys working to steer defense contractors through a minefield of lawsuits and federal investigations involving war profiteering and fraud. "The difficulty is that they're trying to get a job done in the middle of a war," says Vinson & Elkins partner Craig Margolis of defense contractors doing business in Iraq. Some lawyers feel those defense contractors are under attack. So the first step in surviving a government inquiry is to get the right lawyer.
Iraq Contractors Tap Law Firms
The National Law Journal
September 5, 2007
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