Internal Investigations 101: Part 2
July 14, 2016
In part one of this series, we covered the basics of when you need to hire counsel, how to protect the privilege and when and how to preserve evidence. Now let’s turn to managing the investigation.
Should you fire the individuals accused of wrongdoing? Do not assume that you should immediately terminate them, even if you believe the allegations to be true.
First published by InsideCounsel, July 14, 2016
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