FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 21 Update on Current Enforcement Actions, Investigations and Settlement Negotiations
What to Do When the Government Comes Calling – Interview with Peter Chavkin, Member, Mintz Levin
PODCAST - Inside Law - White Collar Government Investigations in 2013
Webinar: Investigating and Resolving Sexual Assaults on Campus
What Not To Do If You Are Involved in a Federal Criminal Investigation
How Does Immunity Work in a Federal Criminal Case?
How Do Federal Prosecutors Categorize People Who Are Involved in an Investigation?
Should You Talk to Federal Law Enforcement?
Companies struggle to put in place an effective program for conducting internal investigations and meting out discipline. One of the first questions which internal stakeholders struggle with is who is responsible for the...more
As an employment law attorney, I regularly advise employers on personnel issues, including the conduct of internal investigations into employee complaints....more
Let us start our discussion with an area of broad consensus: A company’s board of directors has a duty of care to respond to and investigate allegations of wrongdoing by officers and/or employees of the company. But what...more
For employers who have been involved in an FMLA investigation conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor, the process can be a bit of a head-scratcher because no two investigations look the same....more
A union has taken the unusual step of asking the Federal Court to order the federal Minister of Labour to prosecute a company for alleged safety violations....more
Workplace investigations have become more important for reasons of productivity, personnel management, and litigation avoidance. Moreover, the range of matters that are the subject of investigations has become broader, and...more
An employer hires an outside investigator to examine allegations of employee misconduct. Is the employer required to obtain permission from the employee who is the subject of the investigation? The Federal Trade Commission...more