When a company is presented with an internal investigation or a government inquiry, in-house and corporate counsel are called upon to swing into action. Using hypotheticals specifically designed to address the complex and special challenges you might face, learn how to perform an initial risk assessment (how big is this—how big could it be . . . ?) and build both your internal and external team. Ascertaining who is the client is also a key step in the beginning, as well as understanding your duties to employees who may have an expectation that they are the client. In addition to answering these questions, our panel of experts shares a wealth of information, including document retention, managing the control of documents and other information, preventing a waiver of Fifth Amendment rights, determining if an internal investigation report is discoverable by the government or in a civil lawsuit, preparing your client as a witness, and handling incriminating information.
With decades of trial, corporate, and government expertise, the presenters crafted scenarios based upon problems they encountered with past cases. This seminar is a unique opportunity to learn how to avoid these situations and excel in representing your corporate client.
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Eric O. English, Resolution Strategies LLP, Portland
Peter H. Glade, Markowitz Herbold Glade & Mehlhaf PC