CQ Weekly: 116th Congress: Both Legislating and Investigating Will Be Tough

November 09, 2018

Government experts expect the investigative agenda on Capitol Hill to spill over into the corporate sector. “It's safe to assume that the Democrats will use practices at large corporations as a proxy to elevate the issues they think can be used to attack and highlight what they think is negative in the administration," white collar partner David J. Leviss said.

He continued: “I would expect the Democratic majority to focus on industries that are benefiting from the Trump administration's approach to limiting regulation and deregulation, and examples within those industries to see whether companies have attempted to influence the administration.” Click here to view the full article.

Leviss, who is based in Washington, DC, represents corporations, institutions, and individuals in high-profile congressional investigations.