Corporate And Internal Investigations

Our acclaimed investigations practice handles sophisticated national and cross-border and multi – juridical investigations, in all forms of corporate and internal investigations, both inside and outside of Clients organization. We can investigate the issues, assess the likelihood that a breach has occurred and advise on any reports which may need to be made to relevant bodies, as well as assist with remedial steps. As a trusted partner we are engaged to conduct investigations into a wide array of corporate risk concerns, including Internal Employee Issues, Theft, embezzlement, Ponzi schemes, threats, policy violations, blackmail, and other corruption and  External Risk Mitigation, Internet fraud and cyber-crime, electronic bugging, extortion, competitive intelligence, industrial espionage, due diligence matters, kickbacks, product diversion, etc. Some investigations may simply involve a single employee; other investigations may be complex, uncovering elaborate schemes at multiple facilities in numerous countries and/or different specific issues in case. We perform interviews. The basis of any effective interview is its ability to discover deception and reveal the true facts. We offer expertise to help corporations get to the truth faster during any type of investigation. Our efforts uncover the facts behind corporate theft, fraud, kickbacks, conflicts of interest, extortion, and embezzlement. In the role of interviewers we act as true investigators, not just lawyers, we learn and understand the details of each single investigation. We help organizations with their critical fact finding when they need to conduct internal investigations or to examine allegations of wrongdoing. Whether actual misconduct is discovered or not, such inquiries, and their aftermath, can pose serious risks to companies and their stakeholders, damaging their reputation, disrupting their business operations and exposing them to government scrutiny, as well as to potential criminal, civil and regulatory liability.