Hedge fund sponsor Chatham Asset Management, majority owner of the scandal-embroiled National Enquirer tabloid, has hired New York-based McGuireWoods partner and former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission senior counsel Daniel Goldfried as its general counsel.

Goldfried will be Chatham’s sole in-house lawyer, according to Bloomberg News, which first reported the move, citing a private company memo. Corporate Counsel independently confirmed Goldfried’s hiring with a source close to the situation.

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