By Luke McGrath
The reaction is visceral: “That [insert expletive/executive/employee/fiduciary name here] stole our money. He/she lied to our faces. Now we are left holding the bag and cleaning up his/her mess. It is time for payback, let’s call the cops.”
As General Counsel or Chairmen of the Board, you must fight against this normal reaction. Sure, notifying law enforcement may be advisable and, indeed, necessary, but before doing so, it is important for a company and its managers to know all the facts, conduct an analysis of the risks, and prepare the proper presentation for law enforcement.
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