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U.S. Department of Justice building in Washington, D.C. January 10, 2012. Photo by Diego M. Radzinschi/THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL. U.S. Department of Justice building in Washington, D.C. Jan. 10, 2012. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM

Amid the greater scrutiny of foreign influence in the United States, the FBI has taken an expanded role in efforts to ensure lawyers, lobbyists and political consultants are fully revealing their advocacy for government clients, a move that observers said brings a new intensity to compliance reviews that have traditionally been handled by Justice Department staff.

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C. Ryan Barber

C. Ryan Barber, based in Washington, covers government affairs and regulatory compliance. Contact him at cbarber@alm.com. On Twitter: @cryanbarber

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