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Georgia’s GOP Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Waives Attorney Conflicts for Pro-Trump Lawyer: Court Doc” —

  • “Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has disavowed any conflicts of interest from his former attorney, who is now representing pro-Trump attorney Kenneth Chesebro in the sprawling election-racketeering case, a new court filing indicates.”
  • “On Thursday, Fulton

Lawyers for ‘orgasmic meditation’ company founder refute prosecutors’ ethics concerns” —

  • “Attorneys at law firm Steptoe & Johnson on Wednesday defended their work for the indicted founder of the sexuality-focused wellness company OneTaste, as they asked a judge to reject U.S. prosecutors’ concerns about a potential conflict of interest.”
  • “In a filing, defense

PwC to curtail consulting work for US audit clients to reduce conflict risk” —

  • “PwC is planning to give up tens of millions of dollars of consulting work for its US audit clients to reduce the risk of conflicts of interest, challenging its rival Big Four firms to follow suit.”
  • “The accounting firm

Keith-Agaran to retire from Senate as law firm pursues fire lawsuits” —

  • “Central Maui’s longtime state Sen. Gil Keith-Agaran announced he will retire Oct. 31, saying he didn’t want questions over conflicts of interest to be a “distraction” as his law firm prepares to represent clients in lawsuits over the Lahaina fire.”
  • “Keith-Agaran’s