Congressional Investigations

Experience

    • Twitter in Department of Justice and Congressional investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
    • The former U.S. Deputy Attorney General and Acting Attorney General in Congressional investigations related to Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
    • The former CEO of a Fortune 20 financial institution in a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee and related document requests.
    • J. Michael Pearson, the former CEO of Valeant Pharmaceuticals in Congressional investigations related to the company’s restatement and sales practices.
    • A global technology company and its former General Counsel in litigation involving encrypted data on a mobile device and related Congressional testimony before the House Judiciary Committee and the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
    • A financial services company in responding to inquiries from the House Committee on Financial Services on fair lending and sales/financing activities.
    • Multiple clients in responding to subpoenas from the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.
    • A technology company in Senate and House Intelligence Committee investigations into the attempted manipulation of social media by foreign governments to influence elections.
    • A technology company in a congressional inquiry related to the alleged use of private email servers by government personnel.
    • A former senior executive of Fannie Mae in the review by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.
    • JPMorgan Chase in inquiries from the New York Attorney General and Congress relating to executive compensation.
    • A monoline insurance company in responding to a request by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.
    • A transportation services company in testimony before the House Select Committee investigating events relating to Hurricane Katrina.
    • A trade association in Congressional testimony on the Volcker Rule and FSOC accountability issues.
    • A technology company in Congressional inquiries regarding email usage data provided by an online search engine to Chinese government authorities.
    • Global Crossing and more than 30 of its current or former officers, directors and employees in SEC enforcement proceedings and Congressional investigations, and in securities class action litigation, ERISA class action litigation and other commercial litigation in the Southern District of New York, all arising out of Global Crossing’s bankruptcy filing.