The following article was originally published in Today’s General Counsel on October 12, 2017.
Organizations of all sizes confront issues of misconduct, and there is a specific path that investigations should follow in order to determine if misconduct allegations have merit. This Today’s General Counsel article, by Jeffrey Klink and David P. Nolanis, lays out seven steps for successfully resolving misconduct issues and minimizing risk. The authors also provide some general suggestions. Among them: Keep the flow of information in as tight an orbit as possible, and assume that employees and vendors will talk about things they were asked to keep secret. Interview the subject last, after the facts have been ascertained.
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