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3 Takeaways From Once-Secret Justice Department Memos on Foreign-Agent Lobbying

June 12, 2018, The National Law Journal

Robert Kelner is quoted by The National Law Journal in an article regarding the release of FARA advisory opinions by the Justice Department. “In general, I would say this is not quite the Rosetta Stone for interpreting DOJ’s position on FARA that some might have hoped for,” says Kelner. “The opinions cover a lot of ground but they do it in some cases at a fairly high level of generality, and that’s partly because we can’t see the requests they’re responding to and the correspondence that led up to the final opinion. So the opinions in some cases give us less than a complete picture.”

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