Rosenberg Martin Greenberg conducts all types of internal investigations for clients. The firm is sensitive to the public scrutiny that can result from alleged scandals and, because of government experience, the firm quickly identifies the issues that could threaten clients’ viability and lead to civil and criminal liability. In addition, extensive experience directing law enforcement investigations and questioning witnesses is invaluable to clients who are trying to probe allegations of wrongdoing and limit potential exposure.
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