Conducting Effective Internal Investigations
Recent high-profile events have reinforced the significant issues companies face when conducting internal investigations. This in-person CLE program will provide participants with an overview of best practices for conducting internal investigations, including the various circumstances under which an internal investigation should be conducted, the appropriate procedures that should be employed when conducting an internal investigation, and how an internal investigation can be used to identify risks and remedy potential problems. Our panel of speakers will include the former U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona, as well as three former Assistant U.S. Attorneys. Other topics will include:
- Confidentiality and privilege issues
- Interview procedures
- Risks and ethical dilemmas
- Management of stakeholders
- Preparation of final reports
Dennis K. Burke
Booker T. Evans, Jr.
Mark S. Kokanovich
Karen C. McConnell
This program is approved for 1.0 CA and NY CLE credits; Uniform Certificates of Attendance will be available for AZ licensed attorneys. This program may qualify for up to 1.0 AZ CLE credit toward the annual CLE requirement. The State Bar of AZ does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the MCLE requirement.
The program is intended for in-house counsel and company management, as well as attorneys in private practice. For more information, please contact Lisa Prickril at firstname.lastname@example.org.