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PLI's Internal Investigations 2013

Wednesday, June 12, 2013 - Wednesday, June 12, 2013
04:00 am London - 04:00 am London

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, panels of experts from the private bar, in-house and the government use a real-world hypothetical fact pattern throughout the day to review the many considerations and issues that can and do arise from the beginning to the end of an investigation.

PLI's program is designed to review the fundamentals of conducting an effective and efficient investigation, as well as to touch on many practical issues arising today, including international issues, data privacy issues, labor and employment law issues, and more. Leave the program with a better understanding of how to handle investigations successfully for your clients or company.

Paul Hastings partner Mark Pollack is a featured panelist at 11:00 am to cover "Conducting the Investigation" with the following discussion topics:A. Considerations, Processes and Procedures

  • Gathering documents

  • Employee interviews

  • Employee issues and obligations: advice, rights and liability in light of recent cases

  • Former employee interviews

  • When should employees or former employees have their own counsel?

  • How to deal with counsel for individuals

  • Dealing with the auditors

  • Dealing with international issues: attorney client privilege in other countries, language issues

B. Privilege Issues and Ethical Traps in Conducting the Investigation (1 hour ethics)

  • Protecting the investigation: Attorney client privilege and work product issues

  • Representational issues

  • Warnings to witnesses

  • How to respond to questions from interviewees

  • Avoiding obstruction

  • Other ethical dilemmas

For additional information and to regisiter, visit the PLI site