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It's Good to Be 'On the Outs': How to Avoid Government Suspicion

25 February 2010
Mayer Brown Article
Using your own in-house counsel to conduct an internal probe of possible corporate wrongdoing is a quick way to make a government prosecutor very suspicious. The better approach, said Joan Silverstein, an assistant U.S. attorney in Miami, is to hire reliable and independent outside counsel.
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