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While there’s no ethical precept that prevents Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler from defending the industries he formerly targeted once he leaves office, it could hurt him if he seeks to make a political comeback, a political science professor noted. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
While there’s no ethical precept that prevents Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler from defending the industries he formerly targeted once he leaves office, it could hurt him if he seeks to make a political comeback, a political science professor noted. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Gansler to switch sides at term’s end

Attorney general will become a partner at D.C.’s BuckleySandler

Outgoing Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler, who helped secure more than $900 million for the state in a nationwide mortgage settlement with five lenders, will switch to defending financial institutions from state and federal regulators in his next job.

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