Two months after joining McDermott Will & Emery from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, Beltway veteran Lanny Davis is representing fellow McDermott partner William Weld in a legal dispute involving the collapse of a Kentucky college run by the former Massachusetts governor.

While representing a fellow partner in personal litigation might be an unusual assignment for some lawyers, Davis says it’s all part of his unique practice, which blends legal advice with media expertise.

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