special counsel

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  • After the end of his second elected term, the city appointed him as a special counsel to carry on the litigation.
  • It comes from an unnamed woman who is at a higher rank than Special Counsel.
  • Later that same year, Jackson was named special counsel in the Janet Smith case.
  • Among individuals represented was President George W. Bush with respect to a special-counsel matter.
  • He served as special counsel for the City of Detroit on gaming issues.
  • As special counsel, he became the first lawyer to question a sitting president under oath as part of an investigation of that president.
  • He is in league with the Special Counsel.
  • He served as special counsel to the Governor of Wisconsin.
  • "Through the State Attorney you can appoint a special counsel for this case." Cited from The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him, by Ford
  • Root leaves abruptly to avoid another hit team from Special Counsel.
  • It was this relationship that eventually led to his service as Special Counsel before the Boundary Commission, three years later.
  • Armed government men, led by Special Counsel and Hersh, enter the room.
  • The special counsel prepared six reports on the progress of the governance changes outlined in the settlement agreement.
  • He also served as a special counsel to the governor of Connecticut in 1960.
  • He lost the senate race and was appointed special counsel to the State Division of Veterans' Affairs.
  • This resolution also authorized the appointment of special counsel to have charge of such litigation. Cited from Constitution of the U.S.: Analysis and Interpretation, ed. by E. Corwin
  • He now serves as Special Counsel to the BuckleySandler law firm.
  • He can employ special counsel to assist the town counsel whenever he deems it to be necessary.
  • Under the WPA, the Office of Special Counsel became an independent agency.
  • It is headed by a Special Counsel, appointed by the President for a four-year term and confirmed by the Senate.
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