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Past Event
16 June 2009

Internal Investigations 2009: How to Protect Your Clients or Company (Chicago)

Internal Investigations 2009: How to Protect Your Clients or Company

June 16, 2009
University of Chicago - Gleacher Center

The number of and reasons for internal investigations continues to rise, and given the current market environment, this trend wiall no doubt continue. In order to best serve your clients or company and limit exposure, you need to know when and how to conduct effective and legal internal investigations.

Sheila Finnegan, partner in Mayer Brown's Chicago office, will co-chair the event and moderate the sessions "Conducting the Investigation" and "Ethical Traps in Internal Investigations." In addition, Z. Scott, partner in the Chicago office, will serve as the moderator for the session "Dealing with Regulators."

Other program topics will include:

  • When you should disclose and when you should not
  • Who should and shouldn't be involved in the investigation
  • When and how to work with outside experts and investigators
  • How to deal effectively with auditors
  • Communication with media consultants
  • Who is the client and who owns the privilege?
  • Latest guidance from the Department of Justice on "cooperation" and other issues

Sheila Finnegan
Z. Scott

For more information and to register, please visit CLE credit is available.

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