Investigations Practice Group

A prompt, thorough, and impartial investigation not only makes for a more fair and equitable workplace, but it can also reduce the likelihood of litigation and significantly limit an employer’s liability if litigation does arise.  Our Investigations Practice Group’s services include:  

  • Conducting third-party investigations, handling every aspect of the investigation process with the utmost skill and care. 
  • Assisting clients in building their internal investigation policies, processes, and standard documentation from the ground up. 
  • Providing legal advice and guidance to clients conducting internal investigations in their workplace.
  • Designing and delivering interactive training workshops focused investigation best practices, with step-by-step guidance on conducting an effective internal investigation, from the initial outreach to the final close out steps. 


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