Alston & Bird partner Michael Brown and Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Billy Ray II appeared jointly at their U.S. Senate confirmation hearing, sharing occasional questions from Judiciary Committee panelists with two other nominees from other states.
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When it became clear that billionaire Carl Icahn would be interested in selling his Trump Taj Mahal Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, Greenberg Traurig’s client Hard Rock International quickly reached out.