Legal Services: HSA and other Regulatory Investigations

By: Garrett Sheehan & Partners  05/12/2011
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The implications of adverse investigation by one of these regulatory bodies can hardly be overestimated.  Negative publicity, Court appearances, fines, disqualification as Company Director, and even potential prison sentences are all possible outcomes when an investigation commences, and early legal advice is essential.

Crucial questions as to the assessment of possible liability and exposure need to be examined without delay, and the decision whether to co-operate with any investigation must be arrived at.

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