The dark legacy of disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff still haunts Greenberg Traurig four years after they parted ways.

With Abramoff locked in a federal prison in Maryland, a far-off U.S. territory is dragging Greenberg’s four-year stint as the notorious lobbyist’s employer back into the public eye. But the Miami-based law firm issued a statement Monday, saying, “We are working closely with the Guam attorney general and are near a resolution of this issue.”

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