From Katrina to Iraq
Legal contractors for the government worked on a variety of issues over the last five years, including litigation
One contractor, a prominent New York law firm, helped the Treasury Department develop a plan to restructure U.S. automakers. Another assisted the Justice Department with law enforcement training in hot spots around the world, including Afghanistan and Iraq. A third collected more than two-thirds of a billion dollars over the past five fiscal years to provide legal and other assistance for DOJ's asset -forfeiture efforts.
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