Scope of Disclosure When Investigative Reports Are Released to the Public
May 6, 2014 | New York Law Journal
When a government investigation becomes widely known, negative publicity usually follows. The target of the investigation often looks for ways to influence public discussion, including issuance of an investigative report, as Governor Christie recently chose to do. This article considers the legal implications of releasing an investigative report, most importantly, the extent of further disclosure that may be required following its release.
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