Burnett Enlists Legal Aid on Army

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WASHINGTON — Leo Burnett has hired a Washington law firm to lobby Congress on its behalf regarding the U.S. Army’s $95 million account. The move comes as some lawmakers consider holding hearings on Burnett’s handling of the contract.

Burnett said it previously hired Patton Boggs to help the agency sort through government-contract issues after Burnett won the Army account.

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