To request nonpublic records or the testimony of an OPIC employee, you must submit a written request to the Vice-President/General Counsel of OPIC. If you serve a subpoena on OPIC or an OPIC employee before submitting a written request and receiving a final determination, OPIC will oppose the subpoena on the grounds that you failed to follow the requirements of this part. You may serve a subpoena as long as it is accompanied by a written request that complies with this part.
Title 22 published on 2012-04-01
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