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Speaker, Trial.com, "Effective Workplace Investigations," New York, NY

Events

August 9, 2013

Featuring: John C. Romeo

In-house counsel are the first line of defense for workplace complaints, and a well-run investigation puts your company on the right track from the start. Trial lawyer and Director in the Gibbons Employment & Labor Law Department, John Romeo provides touch points for handling complaints; justifying an internal investigation or the lack thereof; the degree of care to prevent and correct problem behavior; avoiding making matters worse; setting goals and scope; identifying investigators; avoiding privilege issues; communications during the investigation; taking interim action; gathering documentation; issuing litigation holds; interviewing witnesses; involving third-parties; documenting the investigation; making reports; and much more.