Jenner Grows Investigations Group, Ditches ‘White-Collar’ Label

, The Am Law Daily

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The Chicago-based Am Law 100 firm has hired two federal prosecutors in as many months as the firm drops the "white-collar defense" tag for its well-known investigations practice. The most recent is Brandon Fox, chief of the public corruption and civil rights section at the U.S. attorney’s office in Los Angeles.

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  • Kendra Jowers

    You can call yourselves whatever you like. You‘re white collar defense attorneys. That‘s the funnel: from prosecutors to defense counsel. I was just listening to Reid‘s (attempted) defense of the powers of the prosecution, and all the flowery language about how prosecutors need such beefy power in order to go toe-to-toe with these high-powered defendants. So much for that, right? You parlayed that experience into helping the wealthiest in the world evade criminal responsibility. It‘s what prosecutors do!

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