When a company first discovers a potential problem, the early stage of fact-finding and assessment is often critical in determining whether a company can proactively manage the issue or whether it will end up in reactive mode with greater challenges. In Laying the Groundwork for an Effective Investigation: Initial Considerations, we describe strategies, questions, and resources for a company to first consider when a problem first emerges.
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