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Government investigations of companies can be a high-stakes and hectic experience. Thankfully, experienced attorneys have assembled a “Government Investigations Reference Model” chart to provide a road map for managing an investigation for regulators and companies.

Jenner & Block partner David Greenwald is one of the original authors of the document, and he is set to moderate a Jan. 29 session at the Legaltech conference during Legalweek titled, “The Government Reference Model.” The session seeks to provide attorneys with the government’s and outside counsel’s perspective of best practices for companies facing an investigation.

The session also includes Morgan, Lewis & Bockius partner Scott Milner, U.S. Department of Justice Civil Division e-discovery director Allison Stanton and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau special counsel for e-discovery Glenn Melcher. 

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