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Pitfalls of Attempts to Cooperate with Enforcement Agencies

6 June 2007
Mayer Brown Article
06 June 2007 - A Company Attempting to Gain Credit for Cooperating with a Government Investigation Must Satisfy the Government with Its Disclosures and Admissions but Also Protect Itself against Private Litigation. The Tension Between These Two Aims Raises Issues of Privilege Waivers, Counsel Retention, and Evidence Preservation. The Second of a Two-Part Article.
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