The guide gathers practical advice and guidance from leading practitioners from around the world who routinely meet the challenges presented by cross-border investigations.
Part one of the guide, which Corker Binning have contributed to, tracks the development of a serious allegation (whether internal or external) through its stages of development considering opportunities for resolution and the key risks and challenges as matters progress, and includes expert insight into the fact gathering stage, document preservation and collection, witness interviews, the complexities of cross border privilege issues, strategy in successfully resolving cross border probes and managing corporate reputation throughout.
Peter Binning co-authored the chapter ‘Whistleblowers: The UK Perspective’ with Elisabeth Bremner and Catrina Smith from Norton Rose Fulbright, discussing whistleblowing regulations in the UK.
Jessica Parker and Andrew Smith contributed the chapter ‘Representing Individuals in Interviews: The UK Perspective’, which considers the representation of individuals in three types of interviews: interviews in corporate internal investigations, interviews of witnesses in law enforcement investigations, and interviews of suspects in law enforcement investigations.
Find out more about GIR’s Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations 2016 here.