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Regulatory: The dos and don’ts of corporate internal investigations, Part 6

The importance of when to report the results of investigations, and what details to divulge

This is the fifth in a series of six articles on the “Dozen dos and don’ts of corporate internal investigations.” Read the firstsecondthird, fourth and fifth installments.

Our previous articles stressed the importance of maintaining confidentiality throughout investigations while carefully working to uncover the details of potential fraud, regulatory violations or other corporate misconduct. Now, we will conclude our overview of a dozen “Dos and don’ts” of internal investigations by focusing attention on whether and when to report—to the media, audit committee, executives, or the government—the results of your investigations, and what details to divulge.

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Sean O'D. Bosack

Sean O'D. Bosack is a shareholder in the Litigation Practice Group in the Milwaukee office of Godfrey & Kahn and a member of the White Collar...

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Daniel J. Blinka

Daniel J. Blinka joined Godfrey & Kahn in 2009. He is an associate in the Litigation practice group in the Milwaukee office. He has worked on...

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