There is no fee to attend. One hour of California MCLE will be provided;
one hour of New York CLE is pending.
Whether you are a director, or a member of an in-house legal, HR, or internal audit team, there are sensitive scenarios that occur daily in companies and charitable organizations of all sizes and in a wide variety of industries that may trigger the need for an internal investigation. Particularly in the current environment and as government agencies pursue new theories in conducting their own investigations, it is critical that, as soon as allegations come to light, decisions are made about whether to conduct an internal investigation, who the investigators should be, and the goals and parameters of the investigation. Every case is different. A company’s or organization’s management style, its culture, whether the circumstances are already under investigation by the government, the nature of the suspected wrongdoing, and whether there has already been media coverage can all play into the dynamics of a particular case.
The panelists will discuss best practices and key considerations for in-house and outside counsel, as well as senior management, and officers and directors charged with navigating these nuanced and complex situations. Key topics will include:
Jack Friedman, President of the Directors Roundtable Institute, will make opening remarks.
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Directors Roundtable is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. This activity has been approved for 1.0 hour of general MCLE credit.
Chief, Criminal Division, United States Attorney’s Office,
District of Massachusetts
Vice President, Charles River Associates