Event
23 November 2023

Defining the scope of the internal investigation: internal investigation sources and the investigation plan

EFB Degree - Internal investigation What criteria need to be considered when deciding whether to carry out an internal investigation? Should it be externalized? What should an investigation plan contain?

The third of 10 sessions of the training course organised at the EFB and coordinated by Navacelle set out on answering these questions.
With valuable contributions and feedbacks from Pascale Chancel, General Counsel for Colas, Nicolas Brooke, General Counsel for Groupe Covéa, and Charly Latil, Senior Associate for Allen & Overy.

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