Balancing Employment Law Considerations During Corruption Investigations

Internal investigations invariably require getting information out of employees, and all of those interactions – particularly interviews, data collection and discipline – can raise employment law issues. The Anti-Corruption Report recently spoke with Littler’s Trent Sutton, who specializes in the intersection between employment law and international corruption investigations, about how a company can address these competing obligations. Sutton provides actionable insight on how to properly train in-house investigators to spot employment issues and how to manage those that arise throughout an investigation. See “Ten Tips for Performing Effective Anti-Corruption Investigations in India” (May 24, 2017).

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