Internal investigations can play a key role in a company’s operation. Often employers conduct internal investigations with the goal to identify a problem and correct it. When the problem is complex, then the solution may not be easily attained. How can employers carefully plan a successful internal investigation?
Please join us for an informative discussion on best practices for conducting internal investigations, and how employers can put themselves in the best possible position to control what information becomes public while maintaining work-product and attorney-client privileges.
Topics will include:
- Before and after conducting an investigation
- Protecting the privilege and confidentiality of the investigation
- Best practices of disclosures to witnesses during interviews
- How to deal with difficult situations
For questions, please contact Laurie Green at email@example.com.