WebinarGlobal | May 05, 2020
Many investigations across the globe are currently being conducted remotely, with in-house and external investigators and regulators working from home.
The current crisis is likely to accelerate a longer-term shift towards increased remote and flexible working (a trend that has already developed significantly in recent years).
Join our webinar with lawyers from Norton Rose Fulbright's global investigations practice, who will give you practical guidance on conducting investigations remotely. Our discussion will cover data preservation and collection; interviews; document security and other practicalities. We will also provide insight on how regulators are approaching remote investigations, as well as run a survey looking at how companies are dealing with common issues in remote investigations.
Tuesday, May 05 | 08.45 – 9.45 BST, 11.45-12.45 GST, 15.45-16.45 SST
Ruth Cowley, Partner, Investigations practice (London)
Katie Stephen, Partner, Investigations practice (London)
Orlando Vidal, Partner, Investigations practice (US/Dubai)
Wilson Ang, Partner, Investigations practice (Singapore)
Andrew Reeves, Senior Associate, Investigations practice (London)
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