Law360, New York (November 5, 2015, 10:35 AM EST) -- Marcus A. Asner
Alexandra L. Mitter “Internal investigations.” Company counsel may cringe at the term, but they also know that internal investigations sometimes are needed medicine and are an unavoidable part of corporate life. A company may find itself the victim of a crime: It could get hit with a data breach, or an employee might have stolen trade secrets, embezzled money or taken kickbacks. Corporate officers have a duty to ferret out the wrongdoing, in part to recover stolen assets and in part to figure out how to better protect the company going forward. At other times, the company itself...
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