This workshop provides a practical step-by-step guide for conducting an internal investigation, highlighting key decision points. Corporate officers and directors, who face ever-increasing compliance burdens and scrutiny from regulators, prosecutors, and plaintiffs’ counsel, must know currently accepted measures to avoid or limit risks for their companies, shareholders, and themselves. Familiarity with new legislation, evolving government agency standards, and guidance about voluntary disclosure is but a small part of public and privately-held companies' needs for assessing the conduct of officers, directors, employees, and contractors. Whether the issue involves whistleblowers, audits, financial and data integrity, immigration, employee activities, or international commerce, corporate internal investigations have become a critical tool in guiding difficult business, legal, and ethical decisions.
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