The Practitioner's Guide to Global Investigations, Global Investigation Review, 4th Edition

White Collar partners Jennifer Achilles, Francisca Mok, Eric Sussman, and Bradley Bolerjack contributed a chapter to the newly-published The Practitioner's Guide to Global Investigations, Global Investigation Review, 4th Edition (“the Guide”).

Authors: Jennifer L. Achilles Bradley J. Bolerjack Francisca M. Mok Eric H. Sussman

Volume II of the Guide features insights from legal professionals in various national jurisdictions as they answer questions about the local laws and practices that practitioners may encounter when responding to a cross-border investigation. Reed Smith’s chapter tackles the United States, with guidance regarding the legal framework for corporate liability; commencing an internal investigation; attorney-client privilege; cooperating with authorities; and anticipated developments for 2020.

Reed Smith’s government investigations and criminal defense team provides clients with seamless cross-office advice and guidance. We represent and defend companies and senior executives in all phases of investigations and prosecutions.

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This piece is an extract from the fourth edition of The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations. The full publication is available at globalinvestigationsreview.com.