As we’ve seen recently with the impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, congressional investigations are very different than matters with which most lawyers are familiar. They are a blend of civil litigation, criminal inquiry, academic constitutional debate, public relations and politics. The litigation playbook most lawyers follow does not apply and actually can be counterproductive.

So what should you do if Congress wants to talk to your client? Here are some insider tips.

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