In-house: Unwelcome scrutiny
Cases such as Global Crossing are making US general counsel ultra-cautious when it comes to handling internal company investigations, resulting in a damaging effect on the relationship with external advisers. Philip Hoult reports on the UK perspective
It came as a surprise to no-one that the final report filed by the special committee of independent directors investigating accounting practices at Global Crossing pulled no punches.
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