"Boards and senior executives have never been more concerned that they or their organization may come under the scrutiny of enforcement authorities."
Editors' note to Volume II
Sabrina Bandali, Emrys Davis, Alan Gardner, Laura Inglis, Amanda McLachlan, Ruth Promislow and Nathan Shaheen co-author the Canada chapter in Global Investigations Review's Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations, Volume II: Global Investigations around the World.
They look at the nuances of law and process in Canada that practitioners are likely to encounter in cross-border investigations. This includes Canada's legal framework for corporate liability, the steps in an investigation, co-operative agreements giving immunity or leniency and corporate compliance programs.
The Canada chapter also provides insights on:
- cybersecurity issues;
- cross-border investigations and foreign authorities;
- economic sanctions enforcement;
- the process of internal and external investigations;
- whistleblowing and employee rights; and
- ESG matters and more.
An extract from the seventh edition of The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations is available here. The whole publication is available here.