(RoyalPatriot.com )- Hunter Biden has added another attorney to his growing team of lawyers representing him in anticipation of the Republican House’s planned investigations into his foreign business dealings.
Earlier this month, the Washington Post reported that Hunter had brought on two lawyers to handle any possible future legal scrapes he may find himself in. Attorney Chris Clark has been brought on to deal with legal matters related to federal criminal investigations into Hunter’s dirty business deals. Attorney Joshua Leavy will handle matters related to the House investigations.
And last week, NBC News reported that Hunter has also enlisted the services of high-powered attorney Abbe Lowell to coordinate Hunter’s response to the anticipated House oversight investigations planned by the incoming Republican majority.
Hunter’s attorney Kevin Morris told NBC News that Abbe Lowell will also act as an advisor on other legal matters and help craft the overall strategy.
Lowell, who works with the firm Winston and Strawn, previously represented former President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner in congressional investigations and during special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into the phony Russian collusion scandal.
Additionally, Lowell has represented several high-profile politicians, including former President Bill Clinton, New Jersey Democrat Senator Bob Menendez, and former Democrat Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards.
Last month, incoming House Oversight Committee chair Kentucky Congressman James Comer said at a press conference that Hunter Biden and other members of the Biden family would be a major focus of his committee’s investigations, particularly whether the Biden family’s foreign business activities may have compromised national security “and President Biden’s ability to lead with impartiality.”
According to the Washington Post’s mid-December report, in September, Kevin Morris and other Biden allies met in California for a strategy meeting to discuss possible ways to counter Hunter’s legal woes. Among the possible options discussed was filing defamation suits against conservative entities and individuals including Fox News, Rudy Giuliani, and Eric Trump.