"Executive Investigations: Best Practices for Mitigating Risk and Liability," Corporate Counsel
On September 4, 2015, Corporate Counsel published an article by Randy C. Gepp about recommended checkpoints during internal investigations. In the article, Mr. Gepp notes that investigations into allegations of corporate wrongdoing frequently yield internal reviews of decisions made by C-level executives, including general counsel. Mr. Gepp outlined checkpoints during an internal workplace investigative timeline, including: identifying the scope of the investigation; considerations in selecting an attorney as the investigator; determining to whom the investigator should report; interview protocol; and preservation of evidence. For more information, read the complete article.