Please join us for the final installment of our 6-part bi-weekly series on corporate compliance concerns under the new administration.
Conducting an effective and thorough investigation into alleged wrongdoing has always been a hallmark of an effective compliance program. Unfortunately, many of the investigations fail to achieve their intended results and the past year of Covid-19 restrictions has only made matters more difficult.
Ed Broecker and our panel of compliance professionals will address some of the common pitfalls to avoid in conducting an internal investigation. This session will discuss initial intake and appropriately triaging the allegation and developing the correct team and work plan to conducting interviews. The discussion will also address report writing and determining the root cause. This session will also highlight many of the shortcomings in an investigation, and offer practical suggestions for addressing them – including issues around bias, privilege, confidentiality/privacy and reporting back to the complainant.
Edwin Broecker, Member, Frost Brown Todd
Russell Coleman, Member, Frost Brown Todd
Fernanda Beraldi, Senior Director, Ethics & Compliance, Cummins
Laura Pentova, Commercial Counsel, Valvoline
Register for Internal Investigations: What We Learned from a Year’s Worth of Remote Investigations
Frost Brown Todd is hosting compliance professionals and lawyers from various industries to explore important developments in the rapidly evolving compliance landscape for corporations of all sizes.