John Nolan Jr., a longtime partner at Steptoe & Johnson who helped negotiate the Bay of Pigs prisoners’ release, has died of pneumonia.

Steptoe & Johnson chair emeritus Roger Warin confirmed the passing of Nolan, whose death at 90 on Nov. 18 at his home in Bethesda, Maryland, was noted this week by The Washington Post. Nolan, a former senior partner at Steptoe & Johnson, once served as an assistant to U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy.

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