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Employer Considerations For Gov't Probes Of Senior Execs

Law360 (May 10, 2019, 12:40 PM EDT) -- This article from Lexis Practice Advisor provides practical guidance on various steps that in-house and outside counsel should take when representing a company in a government investigation of a senior executive.

For additional practical guidance on workplace investigations, see Interviewing Employees in Workplace Investigations, Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Protection in Workplace Investigations, Workplace Investigations: Step-by-Step Guidance, Documenting Key Events in Workplace Investigations, and Confidentiality in Workplace Investigations.

Comparison of Outside and In-House Lawyers’ Duties in Investigations of Senior Executives

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