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Internal Investigations 2013
Steven S. Scholes, Nancy Kestenbaum, David B. Bayless, Richard J. Morvillo
Corporate & Securities
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Testing How Clean Your Books Really Are: The Case for Active Monitoring (December 2012)
Chapter 2. Untangling Seamless Web: Seven Critical Assumptions When Planning Internal Investigations
Chapter 3. Janus the Supreme Court’s Statement About Ultimate Authority
Chapter 4. Crisis Handbook: A Desktop Survival Guide for In-House Counsel
Chapter 5. Practice Tips: Dealing with Parallel Investigations, American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section Newsletter, Volume 17, Issue 1, Fall 2008
Chapter 6. Internal Investigations 2013: Investigations in the Aftermath of Dodd-Frank
Chapter 7. Upjohn Upgrade?
Chapter 8. Zealous Advocacy and Offending the SEC: The SEC’s Lawyer Discipline Program, Insights, Volume 26, Number 10, October 2012
Chapter 9. Disclosure to the Government and the Current State of Selective Waiver
Chapter 10. Conducting Effective Internal Investigations: Practice Pointers and Privilege Considerations
Chapter 11. Some Practical Considerations When Concluding an Investigation
Chapter 12. The Voluntary Disclosure Dilemma: Does the FCPA Resource Guide Change the Calculus?
Chapter 13. PLI Internal Investigations 2013
Chapter 14. Public Disclosures of the Results of Internal Investigations
Chapter 15. Cooperation Pays: Select Summaries of Cases Relating to Cooperation with the SEC
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