In this session, the panel explored some commonly-occurring issues arising in investigations from the perspective of the US, France, Sweden and the UK; from the very different approaches taken as regards legal privilege and document production, to innovations in whistleblowing laws, the role of works councils and collective bargaining. On the macro level, we will touch on the Cuomo investigation and the rise of social media disclosures, and trends such as challenges to cultural competency and attempts to use individual grievances to enlarge the scope of workplace investigations.
Merrill April, CM Murray LLP (UK) (Chair)
Elizabeth Gramigna, Tribu Partners (US)
Mathilde Houet-Weil, Weil et Associés (France)
Carl-Fredrik Hedenström, Morris Law (Sweden)
Find out more about the 11KBW & CM Murray LLP Investigations Virtual Conference and watch videos from the other sessions here.