Demonstrating and ensuring independence in internal investigations is a critical issue for corporate counsel to consider, especially when facing or anticipating parallel regulatory probes. How to properly do so is a nuanced process. As this piece published by Corporate Compliance Insights explores, it is not as simple as the binary question of whether counsel conducting an internal investigation had a previous working relationship with the company.

Read the full article I co-authored with senior associate Nell Clement and associate Josh Malone: Rethinking Independence in Internal Investigations