Congressional Investigations and Testimony:
Practical Strategies for Proactive Prevention, Damage Control and Success
October 14, 2010 2:00-3:30 pm EST
Congress wants answers. Financial services providers, “Big Oil,” and the insurance industry are already in the cross-hairs. With ethics, the budget and the stimulus creating a high-pressure, high-visibility environment, the possibility for many more individuals and organizations to face Congressional questioning is increasing daily.
What if you’re called upon to provide testimony or to advise a client who has to go before Congress? What if you’re asked to present documents? Will you be prepared to deal with PR issues – and prevent possible leaks? Will you know how to negotiate terms of a hearing? Act now to arm yourself with a practical strategy for handling – and ideally avoiding – congressional investigations.
Register now for Congressional Investigations and Testimony: Practical Strategies for Proactive Prevention, Damage Control and Success.
The 90 minutes you invest in this audioconference could literally make the difference between promoting your agenda successfully and losing everything. Top GR attorneys map out steps to take now that will empower you to prepare executives to testify successfully and avoid becoming the focus of a congressional investigation.
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