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Congressional Investigations

Congressional investigations are intimidating on many fronts. Like grand jury proceedings, attorneys are not allowed to speak before Congress, so preparing clients is extremely important. Moreover, more so than any criminal proceeding, congressional investigations are all about politics, and it can come down to who you know. Ken Eichner, who started his career as a prosecutor in Washington, D.C., has deep roots in Capitol Hill. He most recently represented Platte River Networks before the House Oversight Committee in their investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server. We provide clients with insight into the congressional investigative process, understanding how particular congressional investigative committees and subcommittees operate, how to manage responses to document and information requests or subpoenas, and to prepare witnesses for congressional testimony.


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