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Internal Investigations 2007: Legal, Ethical & Strategic Issues
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Chapter 1. New Risk in Employee Interviews
Chapter 2. Developments Under Sarbanes-Oxley Whistleblower Law
Chapter 3. Nuts and Bolts of Internal Investigations
Chapter 4. The First 72 Hours of a Government Investigation: A Guide to Identifying Issues and Avoiding Mistakes
Chapter 5. Privilege and Cooperation
Chapter 6. Privilege & Cooperation
Chapter 7. The Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Doctrine in Internal Investigations — Protecting the Privilege: What is it, Who has it, and What Happens if you Waive it Good-Bye?
Chapter 8. Overview
Chapter 9. NYSE Enforcement Information Memo: Cooperation, No. 05-65, September 14, 2005
Chapter 10. NYSE Enforcement Information Memo: Factors Considered by the New York Stock Exchange Division of Enforcement in Determining Sanctions, No. 05-77, October 7, 2005
Chapter 11. Internal Investigations: What Everyone Should Know
Chapter 12. Doing the Right Thing: Conducting Lawful and Effective Internal Investigations
Chapter 13. Company Counsel as Agents of Obstruction: an Update
Chapter 14. Conducting Internal Investigations
Chapter 15. In Re: Grand Jury Subpeona, Nos. 04-4410, 04-4411, 04-4673 (4th Cir. 2005)
Chapter 16. Identity Crisis: Navigating the Ethical Challenges of Multiple Representation in an Internal Investigation
Chapter 17. The Incredible Shrinking Privilege: Strategies for Corporate Criminal Defense after the Thomspon Memorandum
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