Apr 01, 2018 ACC DocketVolume 36
, Number 3
, Page 24-33
By Monica Allen, Steve Bishara, and Matthew Schelp
As in-house counsel, you never know when you’ll encounter an unforeseen event that triggers an internal investigation. But when you do, you’ll want to be prepared. Whether it’s a whistleblower complaint or a personnel-related issue, companies can no longer afford to treat claims on a case-by-case basis, and must create precautionary policy that ensures that every investigation is fair and safe for all involved.
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