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TOP TEN TIPS: Protecting Your Company's Legal Privileges During an Internal Investigation

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Various industries, including the health care industry, conduct business in a highly-regulated environment. That often leads companies to conduct confidential internal investigations to monitor their own regulatory compliance and to reduce the risk of government enforcement actions. If an internal investigation is not conducted properly, it may not be protected by legal privileges and a company could be forced to disclose the results of its investigation.
 

James Holloway and Gina Simms discuss essential steps that companies should take to establish and protect legal privileges during internal investigations. James and Gina have extensive experience advising corporate and individual clients faced with civil and criminal government enforcement actions initiated by the U.S. Department of Justice, HHS-OIG, and other federal and state government agencies.

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