Boston’s Richard Glovsky, Co-Chair of Locke Lord’s Labor & Employment Practice Group, was quoted on running investigations for existing clients. Glovsky noted: “I think it's a bad idea for a firm to do an investigation and also be doing other work for the client because there are many ways in which the investigation can be introduced in the litigation, and the extent that the law firm is doing other work for the client, it diminishes the credibility of the investigation.”
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