Norm Coleman, who was a Republican Senator for Minnesota, is repping the London-based Victor Pinchuk Foundation as it works to stage an exhibit in the US Capitol on Russian war crimes against Ukraine.
Pinchuk is an Ukrainian oligarch and founder of both EastOne Group investment firm based in London, and Interpipe Group, steel and pipe company in Ukraine.
He also owns media properties in Ukraine, served in its parliament and married the daughter of ex-Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma.
Coleman represents the Foundation through his connection at Hogan Lovells law firm, where he is senior counsel.
Hogan Lovells is to engage with members of Congress to help arrange for the exhibit.
That outreach includes a phone call to Minnesota Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar and email exchanges with the chiefs of staff for Republican Senators Lindsey Graham (SC) and Thom Tillis (NC),
Hogan Lovells is working on the exhibit project on a pro bono basis.