Jack Cinquegrana Speaks on Internal Investigations and When to Report Your Findings

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | December 9, 2011

 | Jack Cinquegrana

Business & Law Breakfast Forum
Organization:  Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
Location:  Boston 


Jack Cinquegrana spoke on the panel “The Intersection of Government Agencies and Internal Corporate Investigations” at Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's Business & Law Breakfast Forum.  The panel focused on how to proceed when an internal investigation reveals problems that may draw governmental scrutiny. 

Topics included:

  • When do you have to report your findings?
  • When is it smart to report?
  • How do you coordinate your response once the information becomes public?

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