Crowell & Moring has added two partners in Washington, D.C., and is in talks with many more, amid an expected surge in investigations and litigation over the government’s coronavirus relief efforts, the firm said.

Crowell’s new partners, who joined in the last week, are Preston Pugh, a former federal prosecutor who was at Miller & Chevalier, and Michael Shaheen, most recently a Department of Justice trial attorney in the commercial litigation branch’s fraud section.

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