An early assessment is frequently the first step in any internal investigation.
Within the first 30 days an internal investigation should almost always be done in order to fully appreciate the nature and the extent of the issue(s) that is the subject of government scrutiny. Why? An effective internal investigation positions the company to make fully informed decisions, to prevent further violations (assuming existence of past violations), it memorializes good faith response on the part of company, and it promotes a culture of compliance. This video reviews why it is important to proceed with caution as early decisions can affect the entire course of an investigation.
Crowell & Moring, LLP
- Counsel with Crowell & Moring LLP
- Practice focuses on the representation of individual and corporate clients in matters involving allegations of fraud and regulatory non-compliance, including False Claims Act (FCA) litigation and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations
- Frequently writes on topics related to practice area, including on whistle-blower and FCPA-related developments
- J.D. degree, Georgetown University; A.B. degree, Duke University
- Co-Chair, Women's Bar Association of the District of Columbia; member, Women's White Collar Defense Association
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 202-624-2986
All of your training, right here at Lorman.
Pay once and get a full year of unlimited training in any format, any time!
- Live Webinars
- OnDemand Webinars
- MP3 Downloads
- Course Manuals
- Audio Recordings*
- Executive Reports
- White Papers and Articles
- Sponsored Live Webinars
Additional benefits include:
- State Specific Credit Tracker
- Members Only Newsletter
- All-Access Pass Course Concierge
* For audio recordings you only pay shipping
Questions? Call 877-296-2169 to speak with a real person.