When Should Presidential Appointees Lawyer Up? [More with McGlinchey, Ep. 17]

McGlinchey Stafford
You’ve worked in the trenches of the private or public sector, and now you’ve been granted the golden ticket: a job in the Biden Administration. Congratulations, your work has paid off, but you could find yourself opposite a subpoena in your future. Government and Internal Investigations attorneys Alfred Carry and Bob Driscoll discuss what new Presidential appointees need to know and do now in case of an investigation down the road.

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