Rudy Giuliani and federal prosecutors have agreed on the appointment of Barbara Jones, a retired judge turned partner with Bracewell, to conduct a privilege review of materials seized from Giuliani’s home and office during an early morning raid in April, according to a letter filed with the court late Thursday night.

Jones, a former judge in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, focuses her practice with Bracewell on corporate monitorships, compliance issues and internal investigations. She joined Bracewell in May 2016, about four months after Giuliani, a former name partner, parted ways with the firm and it was rebranded.