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In-House Interrogatory

Asked: Our weekly question to the In-House community

It’s all about staying out of trouble in this week’s In-House Interrogatory.

Corporate Counsel has a story with tips on how in-house counsel can avoid becoming targets of the U.S. Department of Justice.

The article says to be on the look out for risky transactions, make note  of employee complaints, seek outside counsel in times of doubt and avoid going along with everything the company’s business team says and does.

So, here’s our question for you:

What are your tips for staying careful and avoiding sticky situations with the Department of Justice?

Leave a comment below or email me.

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One comment

  1. Could we have a story as to how citizens can get their justice departments at national, state, and local level to enforce Rule of Law? With trillions of dollars in fraud still yet to be recovered, our economy will not recover until that massive movement of wealth to the top is reversed by bringing fraud back to government coffers.

    Let’s have our Maryland legal community encourage our justice organizations to rebuild Rule of Law in Maryland!