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The goals of internal investigations – whether in a public or private arena - are to: 1) Uncover Truth 2) Preserve Evidence 3) Establish Independence 4) Avoid/Respond to Government Investigations
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Factual Investigation |  Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution |  ~Live Webcasts |  Daniel I. Small
Faculty:
Daniel I. Small
Duration:
1 Hour 01 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video

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The goals of internal investigations – whether in a public or private arena - are to:

1) Uncover Truth

2) Preserve Evidence

3) Establish Independence

4) Avoid/Respond to Government Investigations

5) Review Response/Policies/Procedures to prevent repeat

6) Address wrongdoing/wrongdoers

Dan Small’s goal in this one hour webcast is to give you the tools to guide your clients through the preparation and, if necessary, implementation of a successful internal investigation. Dan draws from recent high-profile examples to expose flaws in their procedure that could have saved a great deal of pain. He summons upon his years as a federal white-collar crime prosecutor, as counsel and advisor to a large health care management company and his years in private practice to deliver sound advice from a tested and proven perspective. If your practice requires you to advise any group subject to external scrutiny for the wrongdoing of employees, you must know what Dan Small is teaching. Please join us!

 

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Daniel I. Small

Holland & Knight LLP
Boston, Massachusetts

Daniel  Small

Holland & McDan Small’s expansive career provides the unique basis for his excellence as a teacher and author. His impressive body of work includes lawyering for the U.S. Department of Justice, work as corporate general counsel for a national healthcare management firm, and private practice with both small and large firms.

Practitioner, Author, Lecturer
He may not have seen it all, but he’s seen a lot of what lawyers do — from varied and meaningful perspectives. In addition, he is a noted author for the American Bar Association (ABA), has served as Lecturer on Law at Harvard University and is a frequent television, radio and newspaper commentator on legal issues.

Dan is a partner at Holland & Knight, LLP in their Boston and Miami offices. He represents witnesses, plaintiffs an defendants in wide-ranging investigations and proceedings and in both civil and criminal litigation (including fraud, regulation, insider trading, revenue recognition and more).

Small is a member of The Florida Bar and the Massachusetts Bar. He is a 1979 graduate of Harvard Law School and a cum laude graduate of Harvard College. He was recently inducted into the honorary society Litigation Counsel of America.
 

Recognized Litigator
Dan is recognized for his work in defending Edwin Edwards, a legendary Louisiana political figure. And he is published in the August 2011 Massachusetts Lawyers Journal and in the January 2012 and May 2012 editions of Compliance and Ethics Professional.