White collar lawyers traditionally spend a lot of time travelling from city to city interviewing witnesses for internal investigations. Since COVID-19 hit hard in March, some investigations—particularly those investigations based on less damaging and less egregious conduct—may have been scuttled. But investigations continue unabated when the allegations touch on things like systematic fraud, a long-term bribery scheme, or widespread corruption.

That said, COVID-19’s travel restrictions and social distancing protocols have made those of us in the white collar bar re-think and re-evaluate our tried and true interview strategies and procedures.

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