Shutdown Strikes U.S. Lawyers and Agencies, Delays Litigation

, The National Law Journal


Legal business in Washington and beyond took a hit on the first day of the federal government shutdown, with more than 1,000 Department of Justice lawyers across the country home without pay.

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  • joanne denison

    you will note that anything that helps the consumer has been put off, but when the government is going after someone, that action does not stop. big business pushes on to enlarge their slice of corporate welfare always.

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