Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom sought to close the doors on its unwelcome connection to the Mueller probe when it inked a $4.6 million settlement with the Department of Justice in January, resolving claims that it violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act by not disclosing work undertaken on behalf of the Ukrainian government.

But the federal indictment against former Skadden attorney Gregory Craig, who appears to be itching to fight the charges in court and in public, suggests the firm is not out of the woods—at least from a reputational standpoint.

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