When Lebanon's bankers turned to DLA Piper and Patton Boggs for help last year, they hoped the firms could burnish the image of a $127 billion industry tainted by allegations of money laundering for terrorists and drug dealers. Instead, two Lebanese financial institutions last month were hit with U.S. Treasury Department sanctions for purportedly aiding Hezbollah.
Lebanese Banks Turn to Lobbying Powerhouses for Reputation Repair
The National Law Journal
May 3, 2013