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Senate Gives Nod to New Philly U.S. Atty. Zane Memeger and Conn. U.S. Atty. David Fein

Zane Memeger/law firm photo

Zane Memeger/law firm photo

By Allan Lengel

WASHINGTON — The Senate on Wednesday gave the final nod to Zane D. Memeger to become U.S. Attorney in Philadelphia and David Fein to become the top federal prosecutor in Connecticut.

Memeger replaces interim U.S. Attorney Michael L. Levy, who had been in that position since 2009. Levy will work for Memeger as an assistant U.S. attorney. The confirmations were reported by the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Hartford Courant.

“I am honored and excited to be returning to the office that I proudly served as an assistant, engaging again with respected colleagues, and helping the Eastern District build even further on its reputation of excellence,” he said in a statement released by the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

David Fein/law firm photo

David Fein/law firm photo

Memeger has been a partner in Philly firm Morgan Lewis and has worked in the Litigation Practice section. He has also been a member of the firm’s Corporate Investigations and White Collar Practice.

Fein is a former assistant U.S. Attorney and White House lawyer under the Clinton administration.

U.S. Attorney For Western District of Pa. Could Be Nominated Soon (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Ex-Fed Prosecutor Zane Memeger Expected to Get Philly U.S. Atty. Post; Charles Oberly Expected to Get Delaware

Zane Memeger/law firm photo
Zane Memeger/law firm photo

By Allan Lengel

WASHINGTON –After months of speculation and uncertainty, it appears former federal prosecutor Zane D. Memeger, a partner in a big city law firm, is expected to be nominated as U.S. Attorney in Philly, the Philadelphia Inquirer is reporting.

The Inquirer reports that Memeger was a assistant U.S. Attorney in Philadelphia for 11 years before joining the  law firm of Morgan Lewis in 2006 in its Philadelphia office.

The paper also reported that Charles M Oberly III, a former state attorney general, is likely to get the nod from President Obama for the U.S. Attorney job in Delaware.

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