Warning the Witness: A Guide to Internal Investigations and the Attorney-client Privilege

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American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section, 2010 - Law - 130 pages
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This guidebook covers the practical issues of attorney-client privilege in internal investigations. Any attorney who conducts an interview in an internal investigation faces a unique set of challenges, not least of which is the tension between representation of the corporate client and fair treatment of the corporate constituent. This book addresses some of the more complex questions associated with the attorney-client privilege.

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At the Compliance Week 2010 conference, David Seide was nice enough to give me this book. David co-wrote the book with Gary Collins, Managing Director & Director of Compliance at GE Energy Financial ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Gary H. Collins is president of the Council for a Livable World, whose more than one hundred thousand members make it the nation's largest political action committee devoted to nuclear disarmament issues.

A former congressional candidate, Collins's professional experience includes a partnership in one of Connecticut's oldest and largest law firms, where his practice focused on government investigations. Prior to that, he served as an assistant US attorney in Washington, DC during the Clinton administration. He's previously taught Government Investigations at UConn Law School and is the coauthor of the ABA best-seller "Warning the Witness".

Collins sits on the board of several nonprofit organizations and is the founder of the Collins Foundation, Inc.

Collins earned his juris doctorate from Vanderbilt University School of Law and his bachelor of arts degree in political science from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

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