Corporate governance attorneys traditionally handle internal investigations and representations before the Securities and Exchange Commission, but the role has expanded in the years since Enron and WorldCom to include acting as independent examiners.

The willingness of the SEC and the Department of Justice to use these examiners to dig deeper once the government’s main investigation has concluded has created a lucrative practice for a select few corporate governance and securities lawyers.

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