Internal Investigations: Who is the Client? When (and How) to Hire Outside Counsel?
One of the key first steps to take when conducting an internal investigation is to answer the question “Who is the Client?” Answering this question can complicated, particularly when there are allegations of misconduct by management or the company. Another key step is to determine when to bring in outside counsel, and, in particular, how to go about doing so.
In this short clip, get a sneak peek at AltaClaro’s upcoming Master Class on Anatomy of an Internal Investigation, featuring Michael Mancusi (Partner, Arnold & Porter) and A.J. Bosco (Senior Advisor, StoneTurn, xAGC, J.P. Morgan Chase).
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