In today’s complex regulatory environment, small, medium, and large corporate clients are conducting internal investigations more frequently than ever. No matter the size of the corporation, the goal is the same: to find out whether a problem exists, how big the problem is, and how to fix it. Explore the building blocks of an effective and efficient internal investigation in response to both internal complaint and external governmental or other queries.
Summary of ContentsStarting the Investigation: Causes, Concerns, Cast Members
Gathering Evidence and Preserving Privilege and Your Pocketbook
The Ethics of Interviewing Witnesses: There’s a Rule for That!
What to Do When the Whistle Blows: Best Practices for Conducting an Internal Whistleblower Investigation