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How can companies minimize the likelihood of being the subject of a criminal prosecution and respond most effectively if an investigation or prosecution appears likely?Prepare to respond to investigations, subpoenas, and search warrants. A lack of preparation for responding to government investigations can prove dangerous.For example, a company's inability to respond promptly to a subpoena may put government lawyers into a mindset that the company is engaging in obstruction. Every act, request, or communication is then viewed through this prism. Prosecutors may then consider shifting the investigation to one focused on obstruction rather than the substantive violation of a regulatory ...

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