It always comes when you least expect it – a government inquiry to investigate your business. While it may instill a sense of panic, there are steps you can take to make sure you’re in the best position possible when the investigation begins.
This blog series developed by Chrysty Esperanza, Litigation Counsel at Square, Inc., will address this main question: When you receive a subpoena, CID, or informal request from the government, how should you respond?
Cooperation and Voluntary Disclosure Issues – Benefits + Risks of Self Reporting
The Foreign Corrupt Policies Act (FCPA) unit at the DOJ recently enacted its Corporate Enforcement Policy. According to the policy, if a company self-reports an FCPA violation and cooperates fully and timely, there is a presumption of declination of prosecution. However, there is an exception – the presumption will not apply if there are aggravating circumstances that warrant a criminal investigation, Continue Reading Battling Government Investigations Series – Cooperation and Voluntary Disclosure