In Legal Business, W.J. Hennigan looks at the eight-year ordeal endured by a family who became the target of a government investigation after suing the hotel where their daughter was sexually molested. Earlier this month, the family, represented by Peter Grenier of Washington firm Bode & Grenier, filed another suit in D.C. federal court against the hotel, its insurer, and several lawyers alleging malicious prosecution.
On the Influence Front, Jeff Horwitz and Carrie Levine report on the presidential candidates’ efforts to distance themselves from lobbyists.
In Courtside, Tony Mauro profiles Jones Day associate Isaac Lidsky, who will become the U.S. Supreme Court’s first blind clerk. The 29-year old Harvard Law grad will start his clerkship in July.