In their Internal Investigations column, Michael B. Mukasey and Andrew J. Ceresney, partners at Debevoise & Plimpton, write that corporate counsel conducting investigations in the United States are accustomed to unfettered access to employees' company email and data without much limitation, but when investigations involve data and documents created or received by overseas personnel, starkly different procedures may apply.
Investigation Abroad: Collection of Corporate Documents Overseas
New York Law Journal
January 11, 2013
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