This desk reference provides defense counsel and corporate executives with an insider’s roadmap to every stage of the investigative process. Its nuts-and-bolts guidance covers everything from document collection, retention, and production to legal doctrines imposing criminal liability on corporations and their employees.
The dramatic increase in federal investigations and prosecutions of corporations and their employees has brought countless challenges to corporate counsel responsible for responding to government inquiries. Corporate counsel must be well armed to combat these challenges at each stage of a criminal investigation or prosecution, from document collection, retention, and production, to legal doctrines imposing criminal liability on corporations and their employees. Now, a former federal prosecutor and a former SEC enforcement attorney, collectively with decades of experience in both bringing and defending against such cases, have teamed up to share their expertise in responding to federal government investigations and developing proactive strategies to prevent and mitigate corporate criminal liability.
Responding to Corporate Criminal Investigations is an essential resource for defense counsel and corporate executives. The authors provide an insider’s roadmap, based on their own experiences with a wide variety of federal cases, for counsel and professionals to navigate every stage of the investigative process. A true desk reference, Responding to Corporate Criminal Investigations covers all of the essential topics, including:
The resource also provides discussion of the complex steps for conducting an effective and efficient internal investigation, including the methods used and practical tips to avoid the pitfalls most often encountered. Recognizing that many times corporations face simultaneous inquiries by the SEC, the treatise also includes relevant considerations for defending parallel proceedings and understanding the impact of a multi-faceted investigation.
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[This] book is an extremely comprehensive study of corporate criminal law … a thorough and well-researched view on the topic, presented in an organized and approachable manner.
Law Library Journal Volume 106:2, 2014
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