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ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS WHEN OUTSIDE COUNSEL CONDUCT INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS

30 No. 16 WJCODL 1By Breon S. Peace, Esq., Elizabeth Vicens, Esq., and Sue S. Guan, Esq., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton Westlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability (Approx. 7 pages)

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS WHEN OUTSIDE COUNSEL CONDUCT INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS

30 No. 16 WJCODL 1By Breon S. Peace, Esq., Elizabeth Vicens, Esq., and Sue S. Guan, Esq., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton Westlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability (Approx. 7 pages)

30 No. 16 Westlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability 1
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*1 February 9, 2015
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By Breon S. Peace, Esq., Elizabeth Vicens, Esq., and Sue S. Guan, Esq., Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamiltonaa1
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ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS WHEN OUTSIDE COUNSEL CONDUCT INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS

Breon S. Peace, Elizabeth Vicens and Sue S. Guan of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton discuss the legal framework and ethical standards governing the conduct of outside counsel during internal investigations.
In 2012, a Pennsylvania appeals court...
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