When Theodore Olson returned to Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in 2004 after three years as solicitor general, he added crisis management to his list of specialties at the firm.

In an interview with Legal Times last year, he defined that practice as helping clients when disaster strikes, whether the disaster is “an oil spill, the [Securities and Exchange Commission], or [then-New York Attorney General] Eliot Spitzer.”

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