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Congressional Investigations 101

This program features features discussions on topics related to U.S. congressional investigations.

It is part of the HUB Talks podcast which covers critical issues at the intersection of business and law.

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2 October 2019
Congressional Investigations 101: Correct the Record

In this interview, Jeff Denham, Government Affairs Counselor in the Public Policy and Law practice group, discusses how business executives and their companies can sometimes use congressional investigations as an opportunity to correct the record and, when appropriate, play offense.

22 July 2019
Congressional Investigations 101: To Comply or Not to Comply

In this interview, Andrew M. Wright, partner in the public policy and law and the investigations, enforcement and white collar practice groups, discusses whether companies can refuse to comply with a congressional subpoena and the political, legal, and business challenges associated with this decision.

18 June 2019
Congressional Investigations 101: Get Your Arms Around the Facts

In this interview, Andrew M. Wright, partner in the public policy and law and the investigations, enforcement and white collar practice groups, discusses the importance of knowing the facts and knowing them well during the course of a congressional investigation.

5 June 2019
Congressional Investigations 101: Prudence is Your Watchword

In this interview, David L. Wochner, Partner and co-Practice Area Leader for K&L Gates’ Policy & Regulatory Practice group, shares his experience and lessons learned from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill congressional hearings.

20 May 2019
Congressional Investigations 101: Practice, Practice, Practice.

In this interview, R. Paul Stimers, partner in the public policy and law practice group, explains why companies should prepare thoroughly, prepare often, and prepare for the worst when dealing with a congressional investigation.

8 April 2019
Congressional Investigations 101: Get Professional Help

In this episode, Mike explains that just as you would not consider setting foot in a courtroom without competent trial counsel, you should not even consider appearing before a congressional committee without experienced, competent legislative counsel partnered with legal counsel.

11 March 2019
Congressional Investigations 101: The Real Audience Is Not The Committee

If there is a hearing, it will likely be televised. In this episode,Stavroula E. Lambrakopoulos explains that, in congressional investigations, the real audience is not the committee and that the hearings, as often as not, are designed to produce sound bites on the 6’oclock news.

11 February 2019
Congressional Investigations 101: Congressional Investigations Are The Big Time

The Democrats have taken control of the U.S. House of Representatives and have promised an aggressive agenda of investigations and oversight.

11 February 2019
Congressional Investigations 101: Congressional Investigations Are Political Events

The Democrats have taken control of the U.S. House of Representatives and have promised an aggressive agenda of investigations and oversight.

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