Ten Must-Haves When Outside Regulators Investigate A Company

Ten Must-Haves When Outside Regulators Investigate A Company

Speaking Engagement

Companies and other entities are increasingly subject to “informal” inquiries from regulators, whether as a result of whistleblowers seeking monetary rewards, press reports, competitor complaints or tips from other law enforcement investigations.

Such inquiries from regulators typically ask the company to conduct an investigation and report back on the results. There may not be any basis in fact or wrongdoing behind the inquiry, but mishandling an inquiry can nonetheless result in a formal investigation, adverse publicity, great expense and business disruption.

WilmerHale Partner Kimberly Parker will participate in this webinar hosted by HB Litigation Conferences. Learn from the best about the must-have measures to take when an outside regulator requests an investigation. 

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