Conducting, Managing and Responding to

Corporate Investigations

Monday, May 19, 2008

About

Each year, more and more companies are seeing their reputations tarnished and, in some cases, ruined by exposure of their corporate misdeeds. And, with government investigations on the rise, more companies will undoubtedly meet the same fate.

No one knows who the next wave of government inquiries will target.

But, you must have a plan of action to efficiently and effectively assess and address allegations of misconduct.

This timely publication from the American Conference Institute’s 6th National Forum on Corporate Investigations will provide you with the strategies and practical advice you need to investigate allegations of corporate misconduct while protecting the company, its shareholders and yourself.

Contents & Contributors

About

Each year, more and more companies are seeing their reputations tarnished and, in some cases, ruined by exposure of their corporate misdeeds. And, with government investigations on the rise, more companies will undoubtedly meet the same fate.

No one knows who the next wave of government inquiries will target.

But, you must have a plan of action to efficiently and effectively assess and address allegations of misconduct.

This timely publication from the American Conference Institute’s 6th National Forum on Corporate Investigations will provide you with the strategies and practical advice you need to investigate allegations of corporate misconduct while protecting the company, its shareholders and yourself.

Contents & Contributors

INTERNATIONAL INVESTIGATIONS: ISSUES TO CONSIDER WHEN CONDUCTING OR DEFENDING AGAINST AN INVESTIGATION OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES
Joseph B. Tompkins, Jr., Sidley Austin LLP (Washington, DC)

CROSS-BORDER INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS
Fiona A. Philip, Howrey LLP (Washington, DC)

CAUTIONS, CONSIDERATIONS AND MAXIMIZING BENEFITS WHEN UTILIZING HR IN INVESTIGATIONS
James Barber, Schering-Plough Corporation (Kenilworth, NJ)

SCARY QUESTIONS YOU MUST ANSWER, CORRECTLY, EVERY TIME!
Ronald Long, Wachovia Securities, LLC (Richmond, VA)

MINIMIZING CONFLICTS & MISCONDUCT DURING INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS
Stephen J. Liccione, SPX Corporation (Charlotte, NC)

MINIMIZING CONFLICTS AND MISCONDUCT DURING AN INTERNAL INVESTIGATION – PARTICULARLY WHEN THE GOVERNMENT IS INVOLVED…
Michael G. Considine, Day Pitney LLP (New York, NY)

PROTECTING PRIVILEGE IN INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS
Christopher Davies, WilmerHale, (Washington, DC)

PROTECTING PRIVILEGE IN INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS
Richard Grime, O’Melveny & Myers LLP (Washington, DC)

THE REAL COST OF E-DISCOVERY: A CHECKLIST TO ASSESS COSTS AND COMPARE VENDORS
Miriam Smolen, Fannie Mae (Washington, DC)

DOCUMENT RETENTION POLICIES THAT ENABLE AND EXPEDITE INVESTIGATIONS: FUNDAMENTALS OF DOCUMENT RETENTION AND DISPOSITION
Larry Laskiewicz, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP (Atlanta, GA)

HANDLING A GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATION WITH A VIEW TOWARD POTENTIAL CIVIL LITIGATION
Milt Williams, Time Inc. (New York, NY)

ASSESSING RAMIFICATIONS AND ENSURING RIGHT DECISIONS BASED ON INVESTIGATION RESULTS
John C. Ryan, ARAMARK (Philadelphia, PA)
Mark Califano, General Electric – Commercial Finance (Norwalk, CT)
Mark Srere, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP (Washington, DC)
David M. Stuart, General Electric Co. (Fairfield, CT)



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