Swift and well-planned internal investigations lessen damage and add credibility to results

A quick threat response can mean the difference between a small and big loss for your company

Swift and well-planned internal investigations lessen damage and add credibility to results

Time is of the essence when it comes to internal investigations, says Sophie Perreault, partner at the Montréal office of Langlois Lawyers.

The most common errors that businesses commit when they deal with a threat is not acting fast enough and being unprepared. The ability to react swiftly and efficiently can save your company from bigger losses.

Get more insights from Sophie Perreault as she explores the need for internal investigations in this informative article.

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  • Setting up your company’s game plan ahead of threats
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  • How COVID-19 has affected investigation processes

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