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National Lawyers Guild L.A. Chapter Honors Keith Rohman

Webwire Los Angeles, California, June 17, 2009 – The Los Angeles Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild honored Keith Rohman, president of Public Interest Investigations, Inc., at its annual dinner on June 14, 2009. Rohman was among several distinguished honorees recognized by the organization. Other recipients were Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the U.C. Irvine School…

“Anti-Pellicano” Still Gets People Talking

Daily Journal By: Martin Berg You might call Keith Rohman the anti-Pellicano. Some people familiar with his work already do. Far from the glamour and seaminess of Hollywood, Rohman and the Los Angeles-based company he founded, Public Interest Investigations Inc., has been digging into a mindbendingly wide array of cases for 25 years, ranging from…

Iraqi Widow Sues Former Blackwater Employee and Company Over Shooting

Los Angeles Times By: Tony Perry Lawsuit alleges that a drunken Andrew Moonen shot the man for no reason after becoming lost after a Christmas Eve party in Baghdad. Reporting from San Diego — Lawyers for the widow and young sons of an Iraqi man allegedly killed by a drunken employee of the former Blackwater…

Speak Easy: Working with Interpreters

Daily Journal By: Keith Rohman Before it came to Disneyland, the “It’s a Small World” ride was a featured exhibit at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. I was 7 years old when I first took the ride, and the world seemed anything but small to me as my family toured the fair that…

Iraq Victims, Witness Recount Blackwater Shooting

NPR All Things Considered By: Dina Temple-Raston Abdul Wahhab,(left) a computer technician at the Trade Bank of Iraq, was driving near Mansoor Square on Sept. 16, when he was shot in the arm, allegedly by Blackwater security guards. Ali Kahlaf Salman (right) is a traffic officer who was working in Mansoor Square in Baghdad on…

Do Not Punish Entire Investigation Trade for HP’s Deviant Probe

Daily Journal By: Keith Rohman Politicians, legal experts and journalists have professed to be appalled and scandalized by Hewlett Packard’s recent boardroom antics. In truth, their expressions of surprise are more akin to the reaction of Capt. Renault in “Casablanca” when he tells Rick, “I’m shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in…
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