Steven Cash was quoted in a pair of articles, "Trump-Mueller tensions escalate," published in The Hill; and "Jeff Sessions' appointment of special prosecutor bites Trump," published in The Washington Times. Both articles discuss reactions to the special counsel investigating Russian election interference, Robert Mueller, who is said to be looking at transactions involving Trump's businesses and those of his associates. "I am totally not surprised that Mueller is following any leads," Cash told The Hill, in a quote that was picked up in part by the Times. "That's the way all investigations are conducted, particularly into complex relations of business people."
Judge Christopher Droney (ret.) and Matthew Austin co-authored the article, "The Investigation and Enforcement Landscape Under the Garland Department of Justice," for the New York Law Journal.
On April 16, Steven Cash will participate in a virtual Spy Chat with Chris Costa, Executive Director of the Spy Museum.
On September 25, DC-based counsel Steven Cash will be a featured speaker at the National Forum on the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), an event presented by the American Conference Institute and held in Washington, DC.
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On January 30, Steven Cash, counsel in the firm's Washington, D.C. office, will be speaking on "A Practitioner's Guide to Balancing Government and Employee Interests in Disputes Involving Classified Information," a panel discussion presented by the Bar Association of the District of Columbia (BADC) Committee on National Security Law, Policy & Practice (NSLPP).
DC Counsel Steven A. Cash was quoted in the Reuters article, "Exclusive: Venezuelan intelligence monitored Citgo executives in U.S. - court testimony."
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Stan Twardy was quoted in the Law360 article, "Barr's Special Counsel Pick Known For Not Caving To Politics."
Stan Twardy was quoted in the New York Times article, "Top Aid in Review of Russia Inquiry Resigns From Justice Dept."
Stan Twardy was quoted in CT Post article, "Arrests of Perez, Dunn raise concern that FBI probe is just the beginning."