Influence

Abramoff's Graft: Evidence Shows Abramoff Defrauded Greenberg Traurig

, Legal Times

At a Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing in October 2004, the first to explore Jack Abramoff's tribal lobbying, Sen. Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) declared that "credible law firms were taken advantage of." As it turns out, last week federal prosecutors said they had uncovered evidence that Abramoff and his lobbyists defrauded Greenberg Traurig.

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