High profile scandals, labor and employment issues, and criminal law cases often require the best investigatory lawyers to find facts and write reports to memorialize the process. One must always ensure that the critical elements of the investigation are noted and recorded to minimize liability.
This American Bar Association webinar provided attorneys with tips and insights into drafting investigative reports that are thorough and fair to the clients whom they represent.
DWT partner Judy Keyes joined this seasoned panel that discussed:
- Establishing credibility
- Critical elements in your report
- Common mistakes and missing components
- Documenting observations and conclusions from the investigator