CONTEMPT DAY? - Eyes will be on the House Judiciary Committee today, where Chairman Jerrold Nadler promised a vote to hold Attorney General Bill Barr in contempt for failing to turn over an unredacted version of the special counsel’s report. Ellis Kim reports that a decision by former White House Counsel Don McGahn not to comply with the panel’s subpoena for his testimony and records is adding to the drama.

DELOITTE DEAL - Employment law and workplace services are next on the agenda for Deloitte, as the Big Four firm strategizes over how to deliver legal services in the United States to its global clients. Nearly a year after announcing a first-of-its-kind alliance with U.S. immigration firm Berry Appleman & Leiden, it’s taking a similar approach to employment issues through a new alliance with Epstein Becker Green, reports Dan Packel.

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