Like pink slips, audit letters and divorce papers, it's a document that no one likes to see land in their mailbox. But if you receive a government subpoena, it’s critically important to be proactive because it may be the beginning of a long and drawn-out investigation that could result in you or your company facing criminal liability. Presenters Renato Mariotti and Holly Campbell will detail why a company should never respond to a government investigation without experienced legal counsel and the benefits attorneys can provide in gaining more time for a response or narrowing the scope of the subpoena. We’ll also discuss considerations if your vendors or competitors are the focus of an investigation, the impact of an executive or employee receiving an individual subpoena, and approaches to media relations and public statements about an investigation.
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Missouri: 1.2 general
New York: 1.0 PP/PM (experienced and transitional)
Texas: 1.0 general
June 30, 2022
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