Many clients wonder how the government came to focus on them. Where did the original information come from? How did the government learn about our company? The answer will vary, of course, and it may be impossible to know for sure, but click below to learn about the various ways in which information comes to the government's attention.
Now that the government has served a subpoena on you, what does it mean and what should you or your company do in response? To learn more about what your obligations are and what you should (and should not) do, click the button below to find out more.
SEC investigations usually proceed in predictable phases, the SEC staff must report periodically to supervisors on their progress, and you need to know what to expect as this process plays out.
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If the SEC or DOJ (or, not infrequently, both agencies) begin an investigation, the issue of what firm or attorney to engage becomes a threshold decision. The lawyers and firms who usually handle a company’s legal affairs may or may not be who should handle such an investigation. Also, what should individual executives or employees be thinking about?