PLI's Internal Investigations 2017
Knowing how to conduct efficient and effective internal investigations is key to protecting your clients or company. Companies and their counsel need to be diligent and proactive in identifying risks and remedying potential issues. At this program, an expert faculty will review the fundamentals of conducting an effective and efficient investigation using a real-world hypothetical with a graphic novel illustration to bring the characters to life. Leave the program with a better understanding of how to handle investigations successfully for your clients or company.
What You Will Learn
Considerations at the outset: nature and scope of the investigation
Document retention and data privacy issues
The intersection of labor and employment law and internal investigations
When and how to work with outside experts
When you should disclose and when you should not
The government’s use, evaluation and weighing of internal investigations
Concluding the investigation: when to prepare a report and how, corrective actions, cooperation with the government
Monday, June 19 at 9:15amCommencing the Internal Investigation: Considerations at the Outset• How do you deal with allegations by a whistleblower?• What are the labor and employment issues?• When is an investigation warranted?• Who should oversee the investigation?• Who should conduct the investigation? In-house vs. outside counsel• What is the appropriate scope of the investigation?• Who should know about the investigation?• What steps should be taken to preserve documents?• How can you manage the costs of an investigation?• Dealing with international issues?
Speakers: David B. Anders, Amy K. Carpenter-Holmes, MaryJeanette Dee, Daniel Nathan, Steven R. Peikin**
PLI New York Center**1177 Avenue of the Americas, (2nd floor)Entrance on 45th StreetNew York, New York 10036