Guest Post: Access to Internal Investigation Records by Shareholders | The D&O Diary

Mary Gill Courtney Quirós In many instances when allegations of wrongdoing surface at a company, the appropriate course for the company’s board will be to

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Dave Tate, Esq. comment: A good discussion. Additionally, in any internal investigation, officers, directors, audit committee members and others need to keep in mind that the investigation might be ordered produced or there might be a decision to voluntarily produce the results (which most likely would also put at issue the background information). The fact that there was an investigation, if properly performed, tends to show diligence and business judgment, both of which are required by directors.

Dave Tate, Esq., San Francisco and California, business, real estate, D&O, trust/estate, elder abuse, injury, and professional liability litigation, http://directorofficernews.com and http://californiaestatetrust.com

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