Lee Goodman is leaving his post as a commissioner on the Federal Election Commission to rejoin Wiley Rein as a partner in Washington, D.C.

Goodman, a Republican, practiced earlier in his career at Wiley Rein but was a partner at LeClairRyan before he was appointed to the FEC by President Barack Obama in 2013 to replace Don McGahn, who now serves as White House counsel to President Donald Trump. Goodman served as chairman of the agency in 2014.  He is expected to leave government next week and officially join Wiley Rein on Feb. 20.

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