Volkswagen, email hacking, foreign exchange trading—organizations are focused on investigating issues or concerns that have major headlines. In this age of transparency, internal investigations have proliferated across a wide range of industry sectors—financial services, automotive, pharmaceutical, retail and many others.

We have seen multiple enforcement agencies competing to investigate the same matter, appearances before governmental committees, and trial by press. The stakes have never been higher and the importance of conducting an internal investigation in the right way has never been greater.

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