Staff Depositions And The New Congress' Investigations

Law360 (January 24, 2019, 2:04 PM EST) -- Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former lawyer, has withdrawn his offer to testify before Congress, citing what he believes to be safety concerns.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 a season of congressional investigations of the executive branch (and of industry) such as we have not seen in recent years. Congressional investigations are peculiar creatures, both substantively and procedurally — part law, part political theater, part constitutional struggle. For persons and businesses who are the subject of a congressional investigation, and for...

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