The revolving door makes the Washington legal market go round and, lately, it's starting to spin faster between the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and law firms eager to snap up talent.
Eastman Kodak Co.'s bankruptcy case is providing a glimpse into the billing rates of one of Washington's biggest firms: Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr.
Managing partners of Washington firms discuss the state of legal business.
Federal law mandates that ex-representatives complete a one-year "cooling-off" period before they traverse the Hill as lobbyists. Former senators must wait two years.
Since 2007 just one settlement has been reached over lobbying violations, and lobbyists say they've learned not to fear any backlash from prosecutors.
The largest irrigation district in the United States is bulking up on lawyer-lobbyists in Washington for a battle pitting agribusiness against an array of environmental groups.
For this year's survey of the law firms who represent America's largest corporations, we've chosen to highlight one example of the longer-term relationships between in-house counsel and the law firms that represent them.
These 19 firms are at the cutting edge of plaintiffs' work — and are giving defense players a run for their money.