IGI Managing Director Doug Graham interviewed on HBO’s Vice News Tonight
On September 19, 2018, IGI Managing Director Doug Graham appeared on HBO’s Vice News Tonight and discussed the importance of conducting thorough background investigations on potential nominees for high-profile Senate-confirmed positions, including- in certain cases- research into the candidate’s high school career. Watch the full interview here.
IGI President Arun G. Rao serves as Master of Ceremonies for APABA-DC’s Annual Awards & Installation Gala
IGI President and APABA-DC Board Member Arun G. Rao served as the Master of Ceremonies for APABA-DC’s 2018 Annual Awards and Installation Gala at the National Museum for Women in the Arts on September 27, 2018. Details about the event can be found here.
IGI President Arun G. Rao Quoted in Washingtonian Profile on Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein
IGI President Arun G. Rao was quoted in the Washingtonian article, “The Making of Rod Rosenstein,” published on September 25, 2018. Rao worked as a prosecutor under Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland. Read the full article here.
IGI’s Leadership Transition Profiled in The National Law Journal
IGI’s leadership transition was profiled in National Law Journal. In the article, Tom Wendel and Arun Rao discussed both the firm’s past and future. Read the full article here.
Tom Wendel and Arun Rao Assume New Leadership Roles at IGI, as Jon Lenzner Returns to Department of Justice
As IGI enters its 35th year in business, CEO Jonathan F. Lenzner is leaving the company to assume an executive leadership position in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland, where he will serve as First Assistant to United States Attorney Robert K. Hur. Lenzner’s departure comes at a time of growth across […]
IGI Executive Vice President Arun G. Rao Serves as Panelist at Federal Bar Association “Current Issues in Government Investigations” Seminar, April 26, 2018
IGI Executive Vice President Arun G. Rao was a panelist during a discussion of the investigation of leaks in government agencies and private businesses and how to distinguish “leakers” from protected whistleblowers. The event, which was sponsored by the Federal Bar Association – District of Columbia Chapter, was held on April 26, 2018, at the […]
IGI’s Doug Graham Quoted in Washington Post Regarding White House Vetting
Douglas Graham, IGI’s Managing Director, was quoted in The Washington Post regarding the White House vetting process. Graham, who worked on vetting senior officials in the Obama administration, said that “Obama White House staffers, after receiving a job offer and before their first day at the White House, were interviewed by a staff member in the office […]
Law360 Publishes Arun Rao’s Analysis on Vetting Lessons from President Trump’s Judicial Nominations
Law360 has published IGI Executive Vice President Arun Rao’s analysis on the vetting of President Trump’s judicial nominations. On Tuesday, the Trump administration announced 12 new judicial nominations. In the coming weeks, we will discover whether these candidates have learned from the mistakes made by the three judicial nominees who were forced to withdraw in December […]
Jon Lenzner Discusses Media Strategy for Lawyers on NAPABA Panel
On November 4, CEO Jon Lenzner spoke on a panel at the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Convention about media strategy for lawyers representing clients in litigation or under investigation. Joining Lenzner on the panel, titled The Legacy of Serial: The Evolving Relationship of Media and Legal Practice, were Adnan Syed’s lawyer, Justin Brown, S. Mitra […]
The Washington Post Interviews IGI’s New Executive Vice President, Arun Rao
On November 13, 2017, Arun G. Rao joined IGI as Executive Vice President. Rao, who was most recently the Chief of the Southern Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland, reflected on his time as a federal prosecutor in an interview with The Washington Post. Read the story here. Learn more about […]