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Robert Muller once again, the law firm of WilmerHale stepped in on Tuesday, after a nearly three-year hiatus, when he served as special counsel for the investigation Committee of the Russian interference and possible collusion with trump campaign associates during the 2016 presidential elections.
Müller ‘ s role at the prominent Washington, DC law firm focusing on high-profile investigations and crisis management, similar to his work there, before he was special counsel in the year 2017.
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“We could not be happier to have Bob, our extraordinary friend and colleague, back to WilmerHale,” Robert Novick, the company’s co-managing partner, said in a statement Tuesday. “Some lawyers are entrusted with many matters of national importance, such as Bob, in his public service and in private practice. Bob embodies the highest values of our company and profession. We are privileged to have working alongside him again.”
Müller said in a statement that he was “glad” to, in the case of WilmerHale again, calling it a company with “a tradition of honoring public service.”
“It was an honour to serve as special counsel,” he said. “Well, I look forward to resuming my private practice, in addition to the talented lawyers of the firm.”
Müller-deputies James Quarles and Aaron Zebely, both of which worked in the company before its entry in the special counsel’s office, are also back to WilmerHale.
Other top investigators, they have in common with Müller also landed on their feet, since the closure of the special counsel ‘ s office. Michael Dreeben of the Georgetown Law School, resigned; Andrew Weissmann, New York University Law stepped in and signed a book deal with Random House; Andrew Goldstein, Cooley law firm; Zainab Ahmad joined the law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, joined Greg Andres returned to Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP; and Jeannie Rhee, was formerly at WilmerHale, joined Paul, Weiss as a partner.
Meanwhile, some of the former prosecutors on Müller ‘ s return team in the public service—such as Brandon Van Grack, who is now at the forefront of efforts in the justice Department for the enforcement of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA).
In may, Miller is the closure of its offices and detailed the results of the Russian investigation, the report that it “is not enough evidence to charge a conspiracy” with regard to whether the members of the Trump campaign, in coordination with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential elections.announced
Mueller, although the door was left open as to whether the President obstructed justice.
“If we are to trust not, had that of the President committing obvious crimes, we would have said that,” Miller said. “We have not determined whether the President did commit a crime.”