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Dealing with a government investigation is likely one of the biggest concerns for any large enterprise. But for government attorneys, it can be equally frustrating if opposing counsel aren’t well prepared or informed about the matter at hand. At Legalweek 2019’s “The Government Reference Model” session, two government attorneys dispensed advice counsel should follow when dealing with investigations.

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