Former DOJ Inspector General Joins Dechert
Fine served as the DOJ's inspector general from December 2000 to January, earning a reputation as one of Washington's most prominent watchdogs. He led high-profile probes into politically motivated hiring decisions at the department and examined the DOJ's use of expanded surveillance powers after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
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