Internal Investigations can become necessary in a variety of ways: regulatory
inquiries, whistleblower complaints, shareholder demands, or just a worried
general counsel. They provide a number of concerns for in-house and
outside counsel and require consideration of the securities laws, employment
laws, and ethical issues. Lawyers may have duties to more parties than the
company. This panel will review tips on how to account for all
constituents and protect yourself and your client.