The Critical Ingredients of Mitigation in Building Misconduct Matters

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They key to resolving misconduct investigations is not always about denying every allegation at every cost. This week Justin Cotton, partner and head of practitioner advocacy, talks about the broad based strategy that must be used, dispassionately, when trying to resolve misconduct inquiries in the best possible fashion for the building practitioner.

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Published In: Construction Updates

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