Internal investigations provide companies the opportunity to discover relevant facts, detect potential misconduct, develop corrective action and obtain coveted cooperation credit from regulatory authorities. Given the potential benefits from a well-conducted internal investigation (and the significant time and cost to be incurred), it is crucial for a company to avoid missteps at the outset that could undercut the investigation’s value. In this article, titled “How to Start Smart and Maximize Value From Internal Investigations,” Philadelphia partner Mary Hansen and counsel Stephen Stroup focus on three fundamental questions pertaining to the structure of an investigation that a company needs to resolve properly before it commences.

Read “How to Start Smart and Maximize Value From Internal Investigations.”

Source: Corporate Counsel
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