Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Was Discrete Presence at Squire Patton Boggs | New York Law Journal


For many at Squire Patton Boggs, the nature of Michael Cohen’s presence in the firm’s New York office was a mystery.

Cohen, who was given an office on the firm’s 23rd floor at Rockefeller Center as part of a “strategic alliance” with his practice, kept a lock on his door. He didn’t appear to work on client matters with firm attorneys in New York, and whatever benefit he provided to the firm wasn’t apparent to his office colleagues.

Some inside the firm also had concerns about the alliance, even before Cohen’s legal troubles devolved to the point of FBI agents raiding his office.


Prancing moose creator sent cease and desist letter by Volvo | Hemmings Daily


A cheeky homage to Volvo’s sometimes staid reputation may soon become a thing of the past now that Volvo has sent a cease and desist letter to the creator of the prancing moose logo over his use of the Swedish company’s trademark on restoration parts.

As Dave Barton shared on his site,, the cease and desist letter came directly from Volvo Trademark Holdings in Sweden right around Easter weekend “after years of Volvo offering silent indifference” to the reproduction Volvo logos Barton has offered through the site and to the site’s namesake stickers, which riff on the Scuderia Ferrari prancing horse with a full-grown moose rearing on its hind legs under a Volvo logo on a yellow background.

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