A number of recent high-profile internal investigations and changed U.S. Department of Justice policies have reinforced the significant issues companies face when conducting internal investigations. Corporations are facing increased scrutiny and changing policies, as well as employment, privacy, and compliance laws. These shine a light on the need to have an effective, comprehensive, and cost-efficient plan for launching an investigation into alleged misconduct or criminal acts. This webinar will explain best practices for conducting a credible internal investigation, what to do when faced with difficult issues, and the proper protocols to have in place.


  • New U.S. Department of Justice policies related to the prosecution of individuals, and the resulting impact on corporate investigations, including scope and whether to self-report
  • Best practices for conducting interviews
  • Effectively dealing with whistleblowers
  • Employer access to cell phones and computers
  • Compliance with employment and labor laws

DATE and Time

Tuesday, November 10, 2015
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET


Booker T. Evans, Jr.
White Collar Defense/Internal Investigations Group 

Denise M. Keyser
Labor and Employment Group

Elizabeth J. Lee
White Collar Defense/Internal Investigations Group

Marjorie J. Peerce

White Collar Defense/Internal Investigations Group

For more information, contact Lisa Cheresnowsky at 215.864.8657 or cheresnowskyl@ballardspahr.com.