Join Jessica Sanderson, Partner at The Volkov Law Group, and me at Noon EST on July 28th.
In this pandemic era, global companies have been challenged to maintain a reliable and effective internal investigation program. Companies have relied on remote investigation strategies to collect and review documents and conduct interviews. In conducting remote investigations, companies have to ensure that they follow investigation requirements, maintain the confidentiality of the process, and comply with applicable data privacy rules and security requirements.
In this webinar, Jessica Sanderson, Partner at The Volkov Law Group, and Jonathan T. Marks, Partner Baker Tilly, will discuss best practices for conducting remote internal investigations. They will outline strategies for collecting and reviewing documents, analyzing financial data, and conducting interviews using remote technologies.
Jessica Sanderson is a Partner at Volkov Law and has more than 20 years of legal experience, including in complex civil litigation, white-collar defense, and regulatory and securities enforcement under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”), UK Bribery Act and False Claims Act. Jessica has considerable corporate compliance and ethics expertise, having designed, audited, and strengthened corporate compliance programs. Jessica has a unique perspective on compliance programs, having served in leadership roles on a team of lawyers supporting the compliance monitor in connection with the then-largest FCPA settlement ever and as in-house counsel for a multinational company operating under an external compliance monitorship.
I am a partner at Baker Tilly and the firm leader of the global fraud and forensic investigation, compliance, and integrity practice. I have more than 30 years of experience working on internal and regulatory investigations, complex financial investigations, and governance matters. I have led high-profile financial, accounting, compliance, and regulatory investigations around the world relating to allegations of accounting irregularities, improper financial disclosures, fraud, noncompliance, bribery, corruption, money laundering, kickbacks, cyber incidents, and whistleblower matters.
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