Scooter Libby's recent conviction provides another opportunity for corporate executives embroiled in government investigations to consider the potential pitfalls involved in interviews with the government or testimony before investigative bodies. Attorney Daniel R. Alonso writes that aside from advising clients to tell the truth, white-collar defense counsel may do better by analyzing the various motivations that might lead otherwise innocent individuals into lying to prosecutors or a grand jury.
Lying During Investigations Will Only Make Matters Worse
Business Crimes Bulletin
May 16, 2007