Congressional Investigations 101: The Real Audience Is Not The Committee
A HUB Talks Podcast
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.
About Congressional Investigations 101
Our attorneys and professionals collectively have hundreds of years of congressional experience on both sides of the witness table, including Members of Congress and Committee Counsel who have chaired, organized, and run dozens of hearings. Our team includes policy professionals and attorneys who have deep substantive expertise across numerous practice areas – government enforcement, white collar crime, financial services, energy, environment, health care, technology, procurement, banking, educational institutions, non-bank lenders, and others. The Congressional Investigations 101: When Congress Knocks On Your Door podcast will feature discussions with these policy professionals and attorneys on how they have helped clients navigate the political and legal landmines that often accompany 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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