The U.S. Justice Department’s already making big moves on foreign-lobbying enforcement—we’ve got the details below. Plus: a Latham team has some insight on the CFTC’s foreign-bribery moves, and scroll down for Who Got the Work, and our roundup of the latest big moves and announcements. Thanks for reading—and please continue to send feedback. I appreciate hearing about what’s on your plate—observations, trends, new clients. I’m at [email protected] and 202-828-0315, or follow me on Twitter @cryanbarber.

 

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