At one time or another, many corporations will need to examine their options in conducting, through in-house or outside counsel, an internal investigation. With the recent issuance of Formal Opinion No. 737 (NYCLA Opinion No. 737) by the New York County Lawyers’ Association Committee on Professional Ethics, it appears that the use of pretexting or dissembling is not only legally restricted, but also ethically constrained.


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