1-Hour Program

See Credit Details Below

Overview

Lawyers employ private investigations firms for a variety of purposes: due diligence; background investigations of C-Suite executives and board members; research on and investigation of fact and expert witnesses; and examination of opposing parties in civil and criminal matters, among others.  Lawyers are also responsible for acts of the investigators they hire, and the use of private investigators implicates a growing range of legal and ethical issues. Yet very few lawyers have sufficient knowledge, training or experience to properly manage investigators.

Experts will discuss:

  • The proper selection and use of private investigators (15 minutes) 
  • The associated legal and ethical issues for engaging and using such investigators (25 minutes)
  • How best to navigate the legal and ethical issues when engaging and using such investigators (20 minutes)

 

 

Moderator:

Matthew A. Lafferman

 

Faculty:

Mark G. Califano

Brian K. O’Bleness

Michael J. Ramos

 

Credit Details

You May Also Like