Posted on: February 09, 2017in Webinars
Corporate Internal Investigations: A Legal & IT Love Story [On-Demand Webinar]
When a key sales rep leaves the company and goes to work for a large competitor, what do you do with their laptop and mobile device? Does IT have the bandwidth and expertise to defensibly preserve all necessary data?
Internal investigations have been known to cause rough patches between the IT and Legal teams. This webinar will explore the keys to a healthy, successful relationship (and outcome) for this iconic couple.
Join Walmart, DISH Network and D4 on Wednesday, February 15th at 2pm EST, and walk away with a clearer understanding of IT and Legal’s roles and responsibilities when it comes to internal investigations. And, you'll leave with the means to create your own lockstep protocol for handling these matters when they arise.
As an attendee, you will learn:
- Common and unique events that trigger an internal investigation
- The steps that legal and IT departments typically take at that point, and...
- Best practices these teams should take for better results overall.
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