While many aspects of daily and work life have slowed or stopped, the gears of industry continue to turn, and continue to generate issues that in-house counsel, HR and investigative resources must address, from policy violations and whistleblower complaints, to subpoena responses and regulatory inquiries.
McGuireWoods provided an interactive panel discussion about how to manage internal and external investigations in today’s distributed workplace. Our panel
included members of our government investigations and white collar litigation and labor and employment practices.
- Ensuring hotlines function and reported issues are addressed
- Document and information management in a distributed work environment
- How and why now is a time for re-examining risk profiles and resource allocation
- Preparing for hidden issues uncovered by operational changes
- How technology can help and hurt the management of investigations
- Managing cross-border issues remotely
- What to do when the government comes knocking, and there is no one to answer the door
- Peter N. Farley, Partner, Labor and Employment
- David L. Greenspan, Partner, Labor and Employment
- Matthew E. Orso, Partner, Government Investigations & White Collar Litigation
- Francesca Titus, Partner, Government Investigations & White Collar Litigation
- Molly M. White, Partner, Government Investigations & White Collar Litigation
- Alex J. Brackett, Partner, Government Investigations & White Collar Litigation (Moderator)
Our programs are intended for the benefit of our clients and contacts and we reserve the right to refuse any registration at our sole discretion.