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Managing investigations: planning pressures and pitfalls video series

11 March 2021

With more internal reporting of concerns within businesses thanks to improved training and controls, and with complex regulatory, criminal and HR investigations becoming more commonplace, corporates need an increasingly robust and considered approach to investigations to manage legal and reputational risk. From the set-up of the investigation team, appropriate governance controls, identification of the issues and sources of evidence, through to risk identification and mitigation, there are many competing concerns to consider during the investigation process.  

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Delivered by leading practitioners from our Risk & Investigations team, this bitesize video series addresses some of the common issues corporates encounter when conducting investigations and dealing with external authorities. 

Released regularly, the series covers a diverse range of investigations perspectives including financial crime, employment and HR, financial services enforcement, competition, data protection, health and safety, environment, life sciences regulatory, sanctions and professional and clinical risks.

Episode #4 - Privilege

For further information on any of the issues raised in this series, please contact the speakers, or your usual CMS contact. 

Authors

Portrait of Omar Qureshi
Omar Qureshi
Partner
London
Portrait of Eoin O'Shea
Eoin O'Shea
Partner
London
Portrait of Alison McHaffie
Alison McHaffie
Partner
London
Portrait of Steven Cochrane
Steven Cochrane
Partner
London
Portrait of Rachel Cooper
Rachel Cooper
Partner
Manchester
Portrait of Russell Hoare
Russell Hoare
Partner
London
Portrait of Shuna Mason
Shuna Mason
Partner
London
Portrait of Lukas Rootman
Lukas Rootman
Partner
Sheffield
Portrait of Elisabeth Bremner
Elisabeth Bremner
Partner
London
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