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Navigating the Ethical Challenges of Internal Investigations

15 June 2016

Potential corporate wrongdoing and the internal investigations that companies conduct in response present in-house counsel with numerous complex problems and professional ethics challenges and pitfalls. Issues of client identification, confidentiality, privilege and waiver, up-the-ladder reporting and compliance, and other questions of professional responsibility swirl around internal investigations, particularly as the investigations evolve when new facts come to light.

This two-hour program presented by Hogan Lovells partners Tom Connally and Jon Talotta and Steven Siegel, Senior Investigations Counsel for Northrup Grumman Corporation, will explore the ethical issues in-house counsel face in internal investigations, surveying the rules of professional responsibility. Using hypotheticals, the presenters will focus on real-world experience and practical advice so that in-house counsel can recognize and proactively manage risks.

This program is a joint Hogan Lovells and Association of Corporate Counsel, National Capital Region event.

From Hogan Lovells

Jon M. Talotta
Global Co-Group Leader, Corporate/Shareholder Litigation
Northern Virginia

Speaker list

Jon M. Talotta

Global Co-Group Leader, Corporate/Shareholder Litigation

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