On Tuesday, June 3, 2008, Philip G. Kiko and Theodore H. Bornstein will present, “Oversight and Investigation: Lessons Learned from the 110th Congress and Effective Defense Strategies for Targets,” as part of the Washington Legal Foundation Web Seminar Series. In the Web seminar, Kiko and Bornstein will:
- Analyze key congressional oversight and investigation trends and developments in the 100th Congress
- Manage the process from subpoena to hearing and address collateral consequences of investigations
- Organize and coordinate the response team, including legal, government relations and communications personnel
- Offer considerations to make when preparing and presenting testimony before Congress
To learn more about the event or to register visit the WLF Web Seminar Series section of the Washington Legal Foundation site.