Allen & Overy London seminar set to focus on legal risks of using private investigators
On 29 April 2014, lawyers from Allen & Overy’s London office will hold a seminar examining the legal risks involved in using private investigators and how best to manage those risks.
The seminar will also focus on related issues such as dealing with requests for information from the subjects of the investigations and undertaking internal investigations.
It will take place in London. Registration and a buffet breakfast will start at 08:00, with the seminar beginning at 08:30.
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