Corporate Internal Investigations

When a corporation conducts an internal investigation, an officer, director, or employee often needs an attorney to represent his or her individual interests, separate and apart from considerations of the corporation’s interest. In deciding whether to consent to interviews or otherwise cooperate with internal investigators, the employee must consider not only potential criminal exposure, but also potential termination from employment and other discipline. Eric Creizman has had substantial experience both in conducting and representing individuals in internal investigations, and vigorously represents clients in internal investigations, acting solely to protect the client’s best interests, regardless of the corporation’s best interests or whether the corporation pays its fees. (more: representative engagements)