Early Stages of OIG Investigations in Grant Cases — Initial Intake and Fact Finding
Tuesday, November 12 | 11:30am – 1pm ET
George Washington University Law
Burns Building — Faculty Conference Center (5th Floor)
716 20th St NW
RSVP to Kelly Christiansen by Tuesday November 5
The evolution of an OIG investigation from initial OIG referral and complaint intake through the early stages of the fact finding process will be the topic of our panel discussion. The panel will share their experiences with OIT investigations and address early strategies to ensure adequate client preparation.
- Tiffany Kesslar, Brustein & Manasevit
- Kristen Schwendinger, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell
Space is limited and lunch is based on RSVPs. If you are not able to attend in person and would like to call in, please RSVP so attendance can be tracked. Feel free to invite anyone you believe may be interested in attending. All are welcome.
The Grant Law Committee would like to thank George Washington University School of Law, and in particular Karen Thornton and Cassandra Crawford for graciously hosting this session. We are looking forward to a great discussion of the early investigative stages of an OIG engagement and the intersection of OIG in addressing grant fraud, waste, and abuse concerns.
Lunch will be available for $10/ person.