Today we celebrate Texas Letters. I know that might sound counter-intuitive for a state that is bunkering down for the anticipated Jade Helm invasion but there is a literary tradition that is certainly well known. On this day 79 years ago in 1936 Larry McMurtry was born in Wichita Falls, Texas. He has many accomplishments over the years, starting at 25 when he published his first novel, Horseman, Pass By (1961), in 1966 he explored small-town society isolation in The Last Picture Show, . In 1983 Terms of Endearment became an award-winning movie and in 1986. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Lonesome Dove, his 1985 bestseller about a 19th century cattle drive.
Today I conclude a two-part series on how to formulate an effective best practices cross-border investigation based upon an interview I did with Mara Senn, a partner at Arnold & Porter LLP, who specializes in white collar defense and cases brought under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). The interview was based on an article that Senn and a colleague, Michelle Albert, published in the FCPA Report, Volume 3, Number 1, entitled “Internal Investigations, How to Conduct an Anti-Corruption Investigation: Developing and Implementing the Investigation Plan”. Today I will review practices six through ten.
- Put Form in Native Translations
Senn noted that in the countries that have strict data privacy laws, there are times that the only way an investigation can collect an employee’s personal information is to obtain affirmative assent. Such information might include work documents, work emails, or similar information. However she cautioned that in this situation it is even more important to put the consent form in the native language. She said that you do not want the employee to later claim they did not understand the consent form or thought they were executing something different ...Zum vollständigen Artikel