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  1. The first woman to become a SDNY AUSA 1 Reply
  2. Ostrow lunch on Friday Leave a reply
  3. Summations in Percoco trial are now set for next Tuesday. Leave a reply
  4. Back up and running Leave a reply
  5. Berman brings Khuzami in as Deputy U.S. Attorney Leave a reply
  6. News flash Leave a reply
  7. Memorial Mass for Larry Byrne’s brother, Police Officer Eddie Byrne Leave a reply
  8. Calling all Martin AUSAs Leave a reply
  9. Kudos to Paul Shechtman for the hung jury in the Seabrook case Leave a reply
  10. David Koenigsberg Writes About False Claims Act Developments in the Second Circuit Leave a reply
  11. Sad news. Leave a reply
  12. Calling all John Martin alums Leave a reply
  13. Spears & Imes picked up four new associates Leave a reply
  14. Brune Law P.C. and Gibson Dunn prevail in “impossible-to-win” trial in the SEC’s administrative tribunal 1 Reply
  15. What’s up? Leave a reply
  16. Alan Cohen moves to the SEC Leave a reply
  17. Max Wild Secures Court Approval of Antitrust Class Action Settlement Leave a reply
  18. Congratulations to Rich Albert for shutting down DOJ Antitrust! Leave a reply
  19. London Whale now beached for good 1 Reply