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PLI, Internal Investigations 2008: Legal, Ethical & Strategic Issues


New York

Why You Should Attend

Some of the most difficult legal and ethical issues in today’s regulatory environment arise in the context of internal investigation practice and procedure. As the number of and reasons for internal investigations continue to rise, you need to know when and how to conduct the most effective investigations in order to limit your client’s or corporation’s exposure. This program will take you through an internal investigation from beginning to end, covering the important fundamentals as well as the most recent developments, trends and best practices in this increasingly important area. You will benefit from the insider perspective and real-life experiences of an expert faculty comprised of top government regulators from the DOJ, SEC and state AG’s offices, chief in-house counsel, leading private practitioners and forensic accountants and come away with the practical tools you need to counsel your clients or company regarding internal investigations. You will also receive two hours of ethics CLE credit and learn from a mock demonstration as you find out how to avoid the many complicated ethical issues that arise in the context of internal investigations.

What You Will Learn

How to conduct an internal investigation: when to conduct, who should conduct and oversee, proper scope and procedures, concluding the investigation
Current developments in the law and hot-button issues
When you should disclose and when you should not
The government’s use, evaluation and weighing of internal investigations
Tested best practices and strategies
When and how to work with outside experts
How to deal effectively with auditors
Understanding privilege and cooperation issues
and much more!

Who Should Attend

In-house and outside corporate counsel, internal auditors and compliance officers who conduct internal investigations will not want to miss this program. In addition, forensic accountants and other experts that handle internal investigations and government attorneys will find this program extremely valuable.
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