Three years after taking charge of the white-collar criminal defense group at Norton Rose Fulbright, Michael Edney has stepped down to rejoin his former firm, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, where he will lead a litigation team focused on challenging government regulations.

With his return to Steptoe, Edney, 43, becomes the latest in a string of Norton Rose Fulbright partners who have defected from the firm in recent years.

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