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Fraud Investigation: A case study

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  • Interesting and informative column....however: you imply that without the direct involvement of lawyers, an investigation runs the risk of failing. In the US at least, there are plenty of organizations that prefer to conduct internal investigations under the leadership of internal audit or compliance, bringing in the attorneys only if and when it appears that legal action against a suspect or suspects in inevitable.

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