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Litigation: The nuts and bolts of internal investigations

Six practical steps on how to conduct a timely, objective and cost-effective investigation

This is the first in a series of articles addressing the real world challenges of conducting internal investigations.

They all start differently. Sometimes an employee blows the whistle regarding a potentially problematic internal practice. Other times, a subpoena arrives from a government agency or the FBI arrives unannounced. No matter how it starts, it is time to face reality: You are about to begin an internal investigation.

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Valecia McDowell

Valecia McDowell is a member in Moore & Van Allen's Litigation Group. Ms. McDowell has extensive experience conducting internal investigations for publicly-traded, privately-held and non-profit...

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John Fagg

John Fagg is a member in Moore & Van Allen's Litigation Group. In addition to being an experienced trial lawyer, Mr. Fagg has extensive experience...

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