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Surviving a Congressional Investigation

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In this article appearing on Forbes.com, we outline the strategic considerations that enable companies, organizations, and individuals to successfully navigate congressional investigations. Every phase of the process – from fact finding to remediation – is replete with opportunities to put the best foot forward. When those opportunities are seized, targets move from being seen as part of the problem to being recognized as essential to the solution. When they are squandered, targets more often than not become poster-children for reform – not only before Congress; but in the eyes of the public it represents as well.
 
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