We are heading into what appears to be a summer of investigations along the Potomac, some of them in the House and Senate. What are some of the things we might reasonably expect to see as investigations congressional and criminal cross paths? And what does Monty Python have to do with it? Previously, I shared a few lessons about congressional investigations. First, the short-version video: Jack Sharman – Learning in Congress from Legal Filmworks Unlimited on Vimeo. Second, a longer how-to approach for lawyers and clients in a congressional investigation: In particular: We are in the summer months. We have written before about summer hearings: As a former oversight-and-investigations lawyer for…
Here’s the usual well-chosen roundup of white-collar stories from Walt Pavlo at 500 Pearl Street. In particular, note the Dewey/Zachary Warren discussions and how retaining a white-collar lawyer might or might not have helped Warren.