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CORRECTION: The original version of this article misreported the identity of the firm’s client in the Full Tilt Poker case; it was not French businessman Bernard Tapie, but rather Groupe Bernard Tapie, in negotiations to purchase the online gambling site operated by a group of affiliated parent companies. The government seized the Web site’s domain name and moved to seize its assets. In another matter mentioned, the firm withdrew its motion to protect business records provided by client Google Inc. to the Department of Justice during its investigation of AT&T Inc.’s proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA Inc., after the court modified a protective order to salve Google’s concerns.

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