Partner Andrew Smith and Senior Associate Maia Cohen-Lask have written for Governance + Compliance Magazine, on the many risks for executives who find themselves caught in the sights of a public inquiry and a potential, or actual, criminal investigation.
“Whilst public inquiries can compel witnesses to give evidence, that is only the beginning of the story. There are a number of potential avenues by which a witness may argue that they should not have to answer questions, and a number of potential protections available for those facing an impending criminal investigation,” they write.
You can read the full article by clicking here: Potential Avenues .
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