The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 7, 1994 - 7
"First lady's Little Rock lawfirm trying to dodge Whitewater fallout
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -When Bill Clinton
was inaugurated as president last year, the
Rose Law Firm sensed an opportunity. With
several alumni - including first lady Hillary
Rodham Clinton - ascending to positions of
power in the new administration, the firm
* opened a small Washington outpost,
apparently hoping to capitalize on its
connections. Now, the blush is off Rose's
opportunity. The outpost remains small -
staffed by just one lawyer, with no registrations
filed for lobbying Congress. One of Rose's
illustrious ex-partners, Deputy White House
Counsel Vince Foster, committed suicide last
summer. And in downtown Little Rock, the
firm has hunkered down in its two-story red
brick building on 4th Street, its prestigious
reputation threatened by the tangled web of
suspicions surrounding Foster's suicide and
the still emerging Whitewater real-estate
Special Counsel Robert B. Fiske, in the
wake of news reports that the firm may have
shredded documents, has subpoenaed the firm
files and ordered Rose not to destroy any
materials relating to the defunct Madison
Guaranty Savings and Loan or its former
owner James McDougal, who was a partner
with the Clintons in the Ozarks land
development deal known as Whitewater. Fiske
is also probing questions about Foster's death.
At the same time, two federal banking
agencies are probing Rose for possible
conflicts of interest in its legal work for the
government after it took over Madison in
1989. Republicans in Congress are calling for
the firm's head. And last week, events took
another turn for the worse with news that the
firm was questioning Associate Attorney
General Webster Hubbell - another former
partner, now the Justice Department's third-
ranking executive - about improper billing
practices while at Rose.
Rose itself is saying little publicly, aside
from terse denials of wrongdoing, and has
hired a prestigious law firm to represent it,
while some employees have retained separate
counsel. And friends and foes alike report
resentment in the firm about both unfair media
portrayals and the questions left behind by the
former leadership of Hillary Clinton, Hubbell,
Foster and White House lawyer William
"It's absolutely a bunker mentality," one
well-connected local lawyer said last week. "...
their reputation is being shot to hell and they
Calling itself the oldest law firm west of the
Mississippi, Rose displays its original 1820
partnership agreement and a portrait of Judge
U.M. Rose, a founder of the American Bar
Association who gave his name to the firm.
Today, Rose is one of Little Rock's biggest
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mistakes in allowing, on three
occasions, senior officials to be briefed
by Treasury Department officials on
the status of the Resolution Trust Co.
investigation into the failure of
Madison. The RTC in October asked
the Justice Department to pursue a
criminal investigation of the Madison
failure and named the President
Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton
possible beneficiaries of illegal
Madison practices. The Clintons were
not cited for any wrongdoing.
Former Watergate prosecutor,
Robert Ruff, has emerged as the
frontrunner to replace Nussbaum.
March 12, 1994 North Campus Commons
,o-O N C A M P U S
The Student Organization Development Center and
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a Student Leadership Forum focussing on student
leadership issues, agendas, and their impact on the
student experience at the University of Michigan.
The focus groups are:
7 Campus Environment
W- Gender Issues
-II Student Organization Development
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