When former solicitor general Paul Clement left King & Spalding for the much smaller Washington firm Bancroft, firm founder Viet Dinh joked that Clement had brought the “entire high-profile docket” of the nation’s hot-button cases with him. On that list: challenging the new health care law and defending the Defense of Marriage Act as well as Arizona’s tough immigration law. Dinh said some modest hiring increases would be needed at the 11-lawyer firm.
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