All Things Investigations: Episode 10 - Breaking Down National Security Issues with Kevin Carroll

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Welcome to the Hughes Hubbard Anti-Corruption and Internal Investigations Practice Group's Podcast, All Things Investigations. In this podcast, I am joined by returning guest Kevin Carroll of the Hughes Hubbard Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations Practice Group, highlighting some of the key legal issues in white-collar investigations, locally and internationally.

Kevin Carroll is a partner in the firm's white collar and investigations See more +

Welcome to the Hughes Hubbard Anti-Corruption and Internal Investigations Practice Group's Podcast, All Things Investigations. In this podcast, I am joined by returning guest Kevin Carroll of the Hughes Hubbard Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations Practice Group, highlighting some of the key legal issues in white-collar investigations, locally and internationally.

Kevin Carroll is a partner in the firm's white collar and investigations practices in the firm's Washington and New York offices. He represents businesses, senior executives, and government officials in congressional and criminal investigations; conducts internal investigations; and litigates national security claims. He is a former CIA Case Officer and a writer whose work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Bloomberg Law.

Key areas we discuss on this podcast are:

1. How the DOJ protects the President's Black Book of Options in the event of a nuclear attack?

2. It's certainly irresponsible if a member of Congress or a senator goes to the well of the House of the Senate and reads classified information into the record, but constitutionally, they can't be prosecuted for it.

3. The counterintelligence section of the DOJ is responsible for investigating and prosecuting espionage.

4. What is the National Archives?

5. The role of the Secret Service in the execution of warrants.

6. There's a statute in the Classified Information Protection Act (CIPA) that allows classified information to be shown to a defense lawyer with security clearance.

Tune in to All Things Investigations: Episode 10 - Breaking Down National Security Issues with Kevin Carroll in Compliance Podcast Network to learn more. See less -

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