Barbour, Griffith and Roger has been in the media spotlight for activities other than its lobbying of Washington decision-makers to terminate the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation’s federal acknowledgement.

The Financial Times reported recently on the Taiwan National Security Council’s early termination of a $4.5 million contract with BGR, whose chairman, Ed Rogers, is a longtime Republican administration insider.

The contract termination was said to reflect ‘‘internal political tensions’’ among Taiwanese officials, but it came at a time when BGR was embroiled in litigation involving allegations that the firm and Diligence LLC, one of BGR’s offshoots, engaged in corporate espionage on behalf of the Alfa Group, one of BGR’s biggest clients, the report said.

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