Expert Witnesses: An impartial eye
A disciplinary or grievance investigation can be a sensitive issue; one that may benefit from the impartiality of an external investigator. Mary Sutton outlines the issues to consider when deciding whether to keep things in-house
When a law firm is advising a client which is unable to conduct an in-house investigation itself, perhaps where the parties involved are too senior or the issues too sensitive, independent investigators can be used to conduct investigations and then act as an expert witness, should the matter proceed to tribunal.
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