Individual accountability in corporate internal investigations has become a hot topic in the years since the financial crisis.

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Over the past year in particular, the Yates Memo and the re-issuance of the DOJ’s Principles of Federal Prosecution of Business Organizations have outlined heightened government expectations of what information corporations must disclose to receive cooperation credit.

Jonny Frank and Alexander Gershner provide five practical ways counsel and organizations can better meet these heightened expectations during internal investigations in the latest issue of New York Law Journal.

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About the Authors

Jonny Frank

Jonny Frank

Jonny Frank, a Partner with StoneTurn, brings nearly 40 years of public, private and education sector experience in forensic investigations, compliance and risk management. He joined StoneTurn in 2011 from […]

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Alexander Gershner

Alexander Gershner

Alexander Gershner, a Manager with StoneTurn, has experience providing forensic accounting, corporate investigation, compliance controls and monitoring, dispute consulting and financial statement audit services. Alexander has advised corporate clients and […]

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