Monthly Archives: February 2019

Defending Research Misconduct Cases (Part 3) – The Inquiry Stage

In Part 1 of this series, we described the various steps of the research misconduct life cycle. Today, we’re digging deeper into the early stage of a research misconduct case, so you know what to expect. More important, we’ll give … Continue reading

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Same Same, But Different: The Basics of Congressional Investigations

By  Dan Portnov[1] The swearing in of the 116th Congress last month brought with it promises of vigorous new investigations into the Trump administration – as well as other related public and private industry conduct.  Last week’s brief standoff between former … Continue reading

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