After years of anticipation and speculation, the Special Counsel investigation in the US has ended. Lead by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the investigation looked into potential Russian interference in the US 2016 presidential election. The full investigation report has not yet released publicly, but US Attorney General William Barr has released a four-page summary of the report’s key findings.
Political discourse regarding the report and Barr's summary remain divided, and a new piece in Time juxtaposes this discourse with a retrospective on Barr’s career. White & Case White Collar/Investigations Partner Daniel Levin, who worked as Barr's chief of staff when Barr was attorney general for George H. W. Bush, commented on Barr’s leadership style. "He was not hierarchical at all," Levin said. "He made it absolutely clear I wasn’t a gatekeeper and I was not to keep anybody out who needed to see or wanted to see him."
To read more about William Barr and the Mueller report, click here for the full article in Time.