Ten Things: What to do When Your Company is the Subject of a Government Investigation

Ten Things You Need to Know as In-House Counsel®

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I’ve been around a while and I know from first-hand experience that there is little more disconcerting to an in-house lawyer than being contacted by the government when it starts investigating your company.  It makes your stomach feel like The Hulk has reached down your throat to give your intestines a good squeeze.  What happens in such an investigation, in large part, depends on what’s being investigated and on how you respond. You will know the seriousness of the circumstances fairly quickly, depending on what tools the government uses for its initial contact with your company. Regardless of how it starts, there are many things common to any company’s response to a government investigation. There are several initial questions to ask when a government investigation into your company is launched.  This edition of “Ten Things” explores…

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Author: Neha A. Roy

Author is a lawyer by profession and has a decade of experience working with law firms, start-ups and multinational companies. She is based out of Bengaluru, India. Apart from the above, she is a philanthropist and loves nature.

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