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Walter Mack Contributed To “Monitoring The Monitors”

Walter Mack, partner, contributed to the three-part series, “Monitoring the Monitors”  by Bob Hennelly, on “Some integrity monitors succumb to becoming captive to the industry they oversee. It is just human nature,” says Walter Mack, a former assistant US Attorney who was in charge of the NYPD’s internal Affairs for two years in the 1990s. Read more of the three-part series at

John Doar, 1921 – 2014

DRDKM mourns the loss of our founder, mentor and friend, John Doar. Mr. Doar had a long and distinguished professional life and was an inspiration to many. He was a loyal friend and colleague and a dedicated family man. We will miss him.

For more detail about John Doar’s life and career you may visit these sources:

John Doar At The 50th Anniversary Of The Civil Rights Division Symposium

Click here to view the Webcast of founding partner John Doar at the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Division Symposium at Georgetown Law on September 29, 2007.

Judge Affirms Dismissal Of Case Against Doar Rieck Kaley & Mack’s Client

An August 28, 2008, decision from the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed Judge’s Stein dismissal of a case against certain KPMG defendants, one of whom is a client of Doar Rieck Kaley & Mack. Click here to read the decision.

John Doar Appeared On C-SPAN

John Doar appeared on C-SPAN on Sunday, January 25, 2009, at 8:00 p.m. To read the transcript of the interview, please go to

John Kaley Cited In Corporate Counsel Magazine

John Kaley, partner, was recently cited for defending a former KPMG professional in an article in Corporate Counsel Magazine.

John Doar Has Been Named A Recipient Of The Presidential Medal Of Freedom

Doar Rieck Kaley & Mack is pleased to announce that its founder and Senior Counsel, John Doar, has been named a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The Medal of Freedom is the Nation’s highest civilian honor. Mr. Doar is recognized for his public service in the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice in the 1960s and as Special Counsel to the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary in the investigation of Watergate and the subsequent impeachment hearings.

The official press release is available here.