Case Study: How a Multi-Billion Dollar Corporation Reaped Major Cost Savings in an Internal Investigation Leveraging Casepoint
A large multinational semiconductor company needed assistance with an internal investigation. Internal investigations pose their own unique challenges compared to other types of legal reviews such as litigation, compliance, or privacy.
For example, in a litigation review, the objective is to proceed from a reasonably known set of facts, locate a set of relevant documents, and determine whether those documents relate to the underlying fact pattern. Whereas with an internal investigation, the objective is to determine whether a fact pattern exists by looking for key documents and data points that confirm witness statements or build a story.