What does the Department of Justice think is a high-quality internal investigation? How does DOJ decide whether an investigation was good enough to help a company avoid, or at least mitigate, criminal charges? In recent speeches, DOJ has provided important guidance on its view of best practices, and some useful common-sense reminders, for our clients’ counsel and their investigating board committees.
Learn more about why an internal investigation should be understood as part of a company’s compliance program and identify specific steps to consider in light of the DOJ’s guidance.
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