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Former U.S. Attorney John C. Anderson's Move to Rejoin Holland & Hart Featured in Law360

Holland & Hart Government Investigations and White Collar Defense Partner John C. Anderson was featured in a Law360 Jan. 26 article titled “Ex-US Atty For New Mexico Heads Back To Holland & Hart.” Anderson served for the past three years as the United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico. He brings substantial experience defending clients in complex civil litigation and investigations conducted by federal and state government agencies.

Anderson told Law360 that he and his family have a "deep affection for, and abiding commitment to, the local community in Santa Fe and to New Mexico as a whole.” He said, “I know Holland & Hart shares this commitment to its communities." Anderson added, "Rejoining Holland & Hart allows me to practice alongside exceptional lawyers in an outstanding firm with a national presence, while staying rooted here in New Mexico."

Anderson was also featured in an Albuquerque Business First Jan. 29 article titled “Former U.S. Attorney John Anderson rejoins Holland & Hart law firm.” In this feature, Anderson is quoted in a firm video saying, “Our team is unique because almost every lawyer has experience serving in the Department of Justice or another state or federal government agency," Anderson added. "As New Mexico's economy continues to grow, I'm interested in helping local businesses capitalize on opportunities for increased cross-border trade with Mexico."

To read the Law360 Jan. 26 feature article, click here: "Ex-US Atty For New Mexico Heads Back To Holland & Hart,” (subscription required).

To read the Albuquerque Business First Jan. 29 feature article, click here: "Former U.S. Attorney John Anderson rejoins Holland & Hart law firm,” (subscription required).


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