• Congressional Investigations

    Clairol, Cohen and Congressional Staff Depositions

    With the ongoing saga of Michael Cohen’s appearance or non-appearance before Congress reminiscent of an old Clairol commercial (“Does he or doesn’t he testify?”), plus the new majority in Congress, my colleague Logan Matthews and I thought it appropriate to address for our friends at White Collar Law 360 the sometimes obscure but always menacing topic of Staff Depositions And The New Congress’ Investigations: Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former lawyer, has withdrawn his offer to testify before Congress, citing what he believes to be safety concerns. Cohen may or may not ever testify — he is to report to federal prison in March. Either way, the dustup over Cohen may presage…

  • Special Counsel

    More SiriusXM: Flynn, Cohen and Manafort

      A great deal happened last week in the world of Special Counsel Mueller, including the outcomes afforded three different defendants: Mike Flynn, Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort.  I was delighted to be again on Sirius XM’s POTUS channel with host Olivier Knox of “The Big Picture” to run down the week’s events: