Atlanta U.S. Attorney David E. Nahmias urged attendees at a conference for in-house counsel last week to cooperate with government terrorism investigators who want to search corporate records.

Nahmias, who coordinated investigations of terrorists for the Justice Department before becoming U.S. Attorney, said companies should cooperate with government requests, called National Security Letters, or NSLs.

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