When Congress Seeks Cos.' Nonpublic Info From Regulators

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By Angelle Baugh, Perrin Cooke and Mathias Heller (April 8, 2022, 5:17 PM EDT) — Last week’s announcement that the General Services Administration approved the sale of the Trump International Hotel in the Old Post Office building in Washington, D.C.,[1] brings to a close one of the most enduring and contentious congressional investigations of the Trump administration.

Even as the lease sale likely brings the Trump Hotel inquiry to a close, the investigation — and the recent public release of Trump Organization financial materials obtained from the GSA[2] — offer valuable insights to private parties responding to congressional inquiries of all manners.

In particular, as the pace of congressional investigations has continued to escalate in recent…

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