Litigation + Investigations

Congressional Investigations

Fluet’s Congressional Investigations Practice offers specialized expertise in handling investigations conducted by Congress. Our attorneys have extensive experience navigating the complexities of congressional Inquiries and are skilled in representing clients before congressional committees and subcommittees. We understand the unique challenges and nuances these investigations bring and provide strategic guidance to clients throughout the entire process. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide comprehensive and tailored solutions that address the specific needs of organizations facing congressional investigations. Whether it is responding to subpoenas, preparing witnesses, or crafting effective communication strategies, our team is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes for our clients.

Fluet attorneys boast significant experience in Congressional Investigations including:

  • Serving as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia and Associate Counsel to President George W. Bush.
  • Representing a former high-ranking FBI Agent in a U.S. Office of Special Counsel and Office of the Inspector General investigation concerning potential Hatch Act violations.
  • Representing a management consulting firm in a DOJ investigation into potential fraud and anti-kickback conspiracy concerning consulting services provided for opioid and pharmaceutical companies.
  • Representing a global public pharmaceutical company, along with several officers, directors and employees, in an SEC investigation into potential inside trading.
  • Representing an online cryptocurrency casino in numerous DOJ, Department of Homeland Security, and German, Swedish, and Welsh authority investigations.

Litigation + Investigations Co-Chairs

Fluet litigators have decades of combined experience handle all aspects of corporate and commercial litigation, as well as advise on audits, inquiries, and investigations from governmental or regulatory agencies.