11.19.18 | Articles
Constitutional Questions in Corporate Internal Investigations
New York Law Journal
In recent years, the Department of Justice has made clear that when companies seek leniency they are expected to turn over incriminating information about current and former employees. In this article, we discuss recent criminal prosecutions in the SDNY and District of New Jersey in which the defendants claimed violations of their constitutional rights because corporate internal investigations became intertwined with federal criminal investigations.
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