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Internal Investigations 2006: Legal, Ethical & Strategic Issues
Nancy Kestenbaum, Richard J. Morvillo
Corporate & Securities
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Alternatives to Indictment: Remedial Measures in an Age of Deferred Prosecution and Non-Prosecution Agreements
Chapter 2. Sarbanes-Oxley and Whistleblower Laws
Chapter 3. Checklist for Workplace Investigations
Chapter 4. Internal Investigations: An Overview of the Nuts and Bolts and Key Considerations in Conducting Effective Investigations
Chapter 5. Credit Where Credit is Due? The Role of Internal Investigations in the Outcome of Government Investigations
Chapter 6. U.S. Department of Justice, Office of the Deputy Attorney General Memorandum, Principles of Federal Prosecution of Business Organization, January 20, 2003
Chapter 7. Interview with United States Attorney James B. Comey Regarding Department of Justice’s Policy on Requesting Corporations Under Criminal Investigation to Waive the Attorney Client Privilege and Work Product Protection
Chapter 8. Report of Investigation Pursuant to Section 21(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Commission Statement on the Relationship of Cooperation to Agency Enforcement Decisions, Sec Release No. 44969, October 23, 2001
Chapter 9. Statement of the Securities and Exchange Commission Concerning Financial Penalties, Sec Release 2006-4, January 4, 2006
Chapter 10. Investigating Indications of Wrongdoing: Necessary and Proper in the Post-Enron Era
Chapter 11. White Collar E-Alert, Abandoning or Supporting Employees During Government Investigations – A New Balance?, June 29, 2006
Chapter 12. Managing an Internal Investigation – An In-House Perspective
Chapter 13. Oversight of Internal Investigations: Managing the Relationships of Outside Auditors and Forensic Experts
Chapter 14. Working with Forensic Accountants in Financial Fraud Investigations
Chapter 15. Obstruction of Justice Under Computer Associates: Legal, Tactical and Ethical Implications for Attorneys Conducting Internal Investigations
Chapter 16. New York Law Journal Corporate Update —Corporate Crime
Chapter 17. Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw, Securities Enforcement & Investigations Practice Group Client Alert: Government Found to have Coerced Statements from Two Former KPMG Tax Partners
Chapter 18. A Review of Statistical Outcomes and Protected Activity Under SOX, Powerpoint Presentation
Chapter 19. Conducting Internal Investigations, Powerpoint Presentation
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