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When multiple regulators bring enforcement actions, businesses and their employees face complex challenges in responding. A company may receive Civil Investigative Demands (CIDs) or other requests for information from various government agencies related to the same issue. Successfully navigating these parallel investigations requires carefully balancing the company’s legal exposure against the burdens of compliance across different regulators.
Several key factors should guide a company’s strategic decisions when facing investigations by multiple regulators:
While no approach eliminates legal risk entirely, balancing these factors can lead to the best possible resolution across different regulators.
Responding to expansive requests for information poses substantial burdens. For example, Civil Investigative Demands (CIDs) used by agencies like the FTC often demand huge volumes of documents
. Companies should consider negotiating the scope of CIDs by:
Though agencies have broad authority over CID relevancy, pushing back on overly broad demands shows good faith cooperation. Focused responses also reduce compliance costs
Multi-agency investigations increase collateral risks beyond civil fines or criminal penalties. For example:
Internal investigations, prompt remediation efforts, and crisis management resources can help mitigate these collateral consequences across different regulators.
Successfully navigating multi-regulator investigations requires strategic decisions at each stage:
Upon receiving a CID or inquiry, businesses should promptly:
Early strategic planning allows coordinated responses as additional regulators engage.
Attend meet and confer discussions in person with both legal and IT staff
. Be prepared to discuss:
These meetings build credibility and provide opportunities to reduce compliance burdens.
Carefully craft written responses to avoid penalties for incorrect or incomplete information. Consider involving outside counsel to preserve privilege
. Responses should:
Meticulous responses demonstrate good faith cooperation with regulators.
Continuously evaluate potential civil fines and criminal penalties as regulators share findings. Also assess collateral risks, and take prompt action to mitigate harm. Understanding overall liability exposure guides settlement strategies.
At any stage, companies can pursue settlement if negotiations seem beneficial. Factors favoring settlement include:
Settlement allows control over penalty terms and ends resource-draining investigations.
Responding to multiple regulators is challenging but strategic decisions can mitigate risks:
With careful navigation of each phase, businesses can resolve multi-agency cases while minimizing legal and financial harm.
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