IN COURT - Greg Craig is due in D.C. federal court this afternoon for his arraignment and detention hearing. The former White House counsel for President Obama was charged Thursday with making false statements to the DOJ in connection with his work for Ukraine while he was a partner at Skadden. An initial status conference is set for Monday before Judge Amy Berman Jackson.

GOOD WORK - Big labor and employment law firms are thriving. Meredith Hobbs reports that high demand spurred by litigation, new laws and regulations, multinational clients and the #MeToo era resulted in strong performances last year for the top law firms in that area. Littler Mendelson’s revenue grew an estimated 8.6 percent to $584.2 million; Ogletree Deakins’ revenue increased 8.6 percent to $509.8 million; Jackson Lewis’ revenue rose 6.4 percent to $447.5 million; and Fisher Phillips increased its revenue 9.5 percent to $200.7 million.

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