On Demand

Conducting Internal Investigations 101

1h 1m

Created on June 01, 2020




Every day, businesses are confronted with employees who have done something wrong. Sometimes, that "something" is a violation of internal rules and policies, and nothing more. Other times, that "something" could trigger the interest of federal or state regulators or worse, prosecutors. This course, taught by Lee Vartan, a veteran criminal law attorney and Member of Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi, PC,  is designed to provide an overview of conducting a successful internal investigation, including whether to bring in outside counsel, issues around privilege, and reporting to and interfacing with government attorneys. 

This program will benefit in-house counsel and employment attorneys.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify when an internal investigation is actually needed
  2. Discuss whether an investigation can be conducted in-house or whether outside counsel is needed
  3. Preserve privilege to the extent possible
  4. Determine if, when, and how to interface with government attorneys

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