Internal Investigations 101: Part 1
July, 12, 2016
Many in-house counsel are fortunate not to have handled a report of fraud or other illegal conduct within their companies. But, sooner or later, the problem likely will come up.
When it does, there will be little time to figure out what to do. This two-part series provides guidance about what to do, what to expect and how to mitigate the risks inherent in internal investigations.
First published by InsideCounsel, July 12, 2016.
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