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Alanna G. Clair and Shari Klevens

For many attorneys, interaction with the FBI and other law enforcement agencies is a completely foreign concept. Many general litigators and corporate attorneys have little to no professional experience with federal investigations involving their clients. However, it is becoming more commonplace for the FBI or another agency to interview attorneys to ask questions about a client who may be the subject of an investigation or may have information relevant to another investigation.

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