The CEO of Foley & Lardner LLP is Jay O. Rothman, based in Milwaukee. Email: Tel. 414-297.5644. Mailing address: 777 East Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202-5306.
The Managing Partner of Foley & Lardner LLP is Stanley S. Jaspan, also in the Milwaukee office. Email: Tel. 414-297-5814.
Members of the Foley and Lardner Management Committee:
1. Jeanne M. Gills, Chicago. 312-832-4583.
2. Steven R. Barth, Milwaukee. 414-297-5662.
3. Michael A. Okaty, Orlando. 407-244-3229.
4. Daljit S. Doogal, Detroit. 313-234-7122.
5. Jeffrey R. Atkin, L.A. and SF. 213.972.4557.
6. Eric Blumrosen, Houston. 713-276-5533.
7. Lisa M. Noller, Chicago. 312.832.4363.
8. Pavan K. Agarwal, Washington, D.C. 202.945.6162.
The direct participation of Foley and Lardner partner, Cleta Mitchell, in Trump's attempt to coerce the GA Secretary of State into 'finding' 11,779 votes is reprehensible and, unless comprehensively disavowed by the firm, will severely tarnish the firm's reputation.
I intend to communicate directly with all of the individuals listed here, and encourage others to do so. They should know that, if they condone or look away from Ms. Mitchell's actions, severe public censure will follow.
9. Michael J. Tuteur, Boston. 617.342.4016.
10. Lawrence B. Goldman, Dallas. 214.999.4564.
11. Jeffrey R. Blease, Boston. 617.226.3155.

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A lot of talk about 'expelling' GOP members, or 'not seating' them, pointing to supposed Civil War precedents. Here are the facts:…
As war neared, and Southern states passed their respective Acts of Secession, most of their Representatives and Senators 'withdrew' from the U.S. Congress (voluntarily). What to do with their vacant seats was then hotly debated.
After hostilities commenced, and some Southern politicians who had *not* 'withdrawn' from the Congress actually took up arms against the U.S., they were expelled for sedition and rebellion.
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We all know about the importance of protecting sources & methods. We all know that flesh and blood people can be (and have been) endangered by disclosure of intelligence. But there's a balance to be struck.
I'm not out for scalps, but do believe we've got to have a full accounting of what's gone on. We cannot allow this passage of our history to be shrouded in mystery, to give rise to generations' worth of 'Who Killed JFK ?' conspiracy theorizing. We've got to lance it now.
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@TepiZep @PollyCHaag On other possible mechanisms, you start with the fact that the Turkish presidency has a very large “dark” (not publicly disclosed or audited) slush fund, ostensibly to be used for secret nat’l sec purposes.+
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