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The June 13, 2002 issue of the New York Law Journal featured a cover page article entitled "Stewart Gets Special Master," on Kramer Levin Litigation partner and co-chair, Gary P. Naftalis' recent appointment as special master in charge of reviewing materials seized from the offices of Lynne Stewart, the attorney indicted for providing material support for terrorism. In making his appointment, Judge John G. Koeltl cited Naftalis' understanding of investigative techniques as well as his "impartiality, integrity, competence and diligence." Judge Koeltl also noted that Naftalis, a former deputy chief of the Criminal Division of the Southern District U.S. Attorney's office, would be able to get expedited security clearance in what is a sensitive national security case.