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Hannon Law Group files whistleblower lawsuit on behalf of client Conan Bruce

Conan Bruce, the former associate director of security for the D.C. Department of General Services, has filed a whistleblower lawsuit in D.C. Superior Court. Mr. Bruce was fired after raising concerns about the security provided at D.C. Government bu… Read More
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Client Found Immune From Civil Liability by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit

During the course of an investigation, the Special Agent interviewed a witness scheduled to be deported as part of an unrelated immigration proceeding. The witness flirted with the Special Agent and asked him to intervene in her immigration case. Whe… Read More
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Attorney David Kris appointed Amicus Curiae to Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court

Chief Judge James Boasberg of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has issued an Order. This order appoints Attorney David S Kris as “Amicus Curiae” to the Court. Mr. Kris is to review the FBI’s response to the Court’s… Read More
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Merry Christmas!

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Hannon Sponsors Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

On December 7th, HANNON LAW GROUP sponsored Pear Harbor Remembrance Day. Hannon also sponsored a Meet & Greet for Lee County Commissioner Candidate, Michael Dreikorn in Matlacha, Florida. Founding Partner, Michael Hannon read his Uncle Thomas Han… Read More
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Associate Davis C. Rajtik on the publication of his Washington Post letter to the editor

HANNON LAW GROUP congratulates Associate, Davis C. Rajtik, on the publication of his Washington Post letter to the editor: Transit Needs to be a Part of the Rebuilt American Legion Bridge. "To really transform bridge capacity, transit needs to encom… Read More
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HANNON LAW GROUP defeats bogus toxic mold claim

On October 12, 2019, a judge in the Superior Court for the District of Columbia threw out a multi-million dollar personal injury claim by a tenant who claimed she suffered kidney death due to exposure to toxic mold in her D.C. rental property. The ju… Read More
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Founding partner appears at Supreme Court as a panelist for Veterans Claims Assoc. Panel

On October 10, 2019, founding partner J. Michael Hannon appeared at the United States Supreme Court as a panelist for a presentation by the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims Bar Association. Mr. Hannon spoke on his representation of veteran F… Read More
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Sounding the Alarm: Police Officers Need Mental Health Backup

The Washington Times reports that Police Officers are increasingly falling victim to the ravages of hopelessness while facing increased scrutiny from the community-at-large. This adds to the traditional job stresses such as the horror of crime scenes… Read More
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Government Employees Have Right to Counsel in Investigation Interviews

All federal government employees should be aware of their right to counsel when contacted for an investigative interview. Recent news reports indicate that numerous persons, some within the State Department, have been contacted by investigators to di… Read More
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