When Congress Calls - Inside Litigation

    1 June 2006

    So, a Congressional committee investigation has turned in your direction, and you need to do something about it. Quickly.The question, of course, is what? First, litigators must recognize that Congressional investigations are fundamentally different from civil litigation or agency/criminal investigations. Nevertheless, Congress does not operate in a vacuum, and the investigation could have significant consequences for pending or future civil, regulatory or criminal matters.

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    Reprinted with permission from Inside Litigation Magazine.