A key corporate internal investigations challenge: When to make a disclosure?

The third of a three-part series on challenges of corporate internal investigations that in-house counsel should know

This is the third in a three-part series about the challenges facing lawyers engaged in internal investigations. Part I focused on the special considerations attendant to an attorney’s representation of a corporate entity in these matters, and Part II discussed best practices with respect to fact-finding efforts. This installment focuses on a key concern of counsel as an internal investigation nears completion – namely, how to advise a client with respect to the possibility of making a disclosure to the government about the results of the internal investigation.

Challenge #3: Determining whether to make a disclosure

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Paul B. Murphy

Paul B. Murphy is a partner in King & Spalding’s Special Matters and Government Investigations Group. He is experienced in a wide range of criminal...

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Amelia R. Medina

Amelia R. Medina is an associate in King & Spalding’s Special Matters and Government Investigations Group. Her practice focuses on white collar criminal defense, internal...

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