February 2019 Bar Bulletin
By Jonathan Rackoff
(First of Two Parts)
When the 116th Congress convened in January and a new Democratic majority took up the gavel in the U.S. House, an array of industry associations, private-sector companies, and business executives unaccustomed to congressional inquiry will face oversight scrutiny for the first time since 2010.
Many will be quickly called — and, if they resist, compelled — to give sworn testimony in public hearings and produce confidential documents by the thousands to illuminate controversial actions taken by the Trump administration, the roles they played, and how...