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“Prosecutors under scrutiny in Schock case,” The Hill

In an article published April 7, 2017 in The Hill, partner Solomon L. Wisenberg discusses the use of a congressional staffer as a confidential informant in an FBI investigation into a former member of Congress. “Let’s address the overall feel of it, this kind of thing is very unusual—it’s very unusual to use someone on congressional staff to act in an undercover capacity at all, much less to have them pilfering documents,” said Mr. Wisenberg, the co-chair of Nelson Mullins’ white collar practice. Click here to read the full article.