Three keys to managing an internal investigation

The key to an effective internal investigation lies in the preparation that happens before the investigation begins

Performing an internal investigation is among the most challenging and complex exercises faced by the general counsel and his or her team. While each investigation is different, there are several best practices that can both facilitate an easier process and deliver optimal results. In the event that you are planning to launch a new investigation in the near future, set forth below are a few general suggestions to get you off on the right foot.

1. Assemble the right team

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Paul Mandell

Paul Mandell is a founder and the CEO of Consero Group, an international leader in the development of invitation-only events for senior executives in the...

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