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Los Angeles-based Latham & Watkins is getting a two-fer with the return to its ranks of former Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior David Hayes. Hayes is bringing with him his former boss, former Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt. Babbitt will start work as of counsel in Latham’s Washington, D.C., office in February. Hayes, who became a Latham partner in 1990, then left in March 1997 to serve in the Clinton administration, will be back on the job as a partner in March. Babbitt’s arrival and Hayes’ return will bolster the firm’s environmental and natural resource practice in Washington, D.C., said Robert Dell, Latham chairman. “With them, that area could grow quite significantly,” Dell said. Latham is home to several policymakers already. Robert Sussman, who is also an environmental law partner in the firm’s D.C. office, did a stint at the Environmental Protection Agency. And another partner is about to embark on his own government experience. D.C.-based litigation partner Philip Perry is Vice President Dick Cheney’s son-in-law and is pitching in on the Bush administration’s transition team at the U.S. Department of Justice, Dell said.

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