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Joe Lieberman, Attorney at Law

Former senator now senior counsel at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman

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Joe Lieberman.(Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Politico reports that Joe Lieberman, who retired from his senate position in December 2012, is heading to the New York offices of Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman as a senior counsel:

The former Democratic Vice Presidential candidate is expected to focus on independent and internal investigations as well as advise clients on public policy, strategic and regulatory issues, according to a firm release.

Lieberman will also work with corporate clients on tax, health care, security, intellectual property and international expansion initiatives.

Mazel tov, Joe.

Joe Lieberman joins law firm [Politico]
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PhillipNagle says:

It’s part of the corruption of our goverment that former senators, reps aand high bureaucrats move into very well paid positions that is nothing more than selling access that they have to the federal government. Quite often they get these jobs with firms that dealt with as “public servants”. Very rarely do they go back to their home states.

    Ann Glasser says:

    Just about no one in Connecticut wants him back.

    Jay Gertzman says:

    Thank you, Mr. Nagle. You are 100 percent correct. Lieberman was the
    biggest hypocrite in the Senate. He won his senate from a true public
    servant, at the intervention of Wm Bennett. Lieberman advocated the
    escalation of the oil war in Iraq and wanted an attack on Iran. He never
    met a criticism of Israel’s abuses that he did not wish to censor. When
    he ran for VP, he was asked by Democrats to resign his Senate seat to
    show his sincerely. He never had sincerely, only bloviating moral


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Joe Lieberman, Attorney at Law

Former senator now senior counsel at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman

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