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Preventing and managing employee fraud

Dispute Resolution & Litigation, White Collar Crime & Investigation
Preventing and managing employee fraud
With many companies responding to COVID-19 by asking employees to work remotely, supervisory mechanisms and structures designed to protect a business from employee fraud and other economic misconduct may have become harder to maintain.

The discovery that a trusted employee has stolen from the business, or engaged in another form of economic misconduct, can have serious consequences for both the company and the employee. In order to stem or recover any losses, and prevent potential reputational damage, it is important to act quickly. But what should you do? How do you investigate the allegations? How should you manage the employee? Do you have to report the incident to police?

A team of our white collar crime and employment law experts recently answered these questions in a Zoom webinar, which can be viewed below. 

Our presenters

SusannaFord actionLORES

Susanna is a Sydney based partner in our Dispute Resolution and Litigation group. Her practice focuses on advising public and private companies and individuals on a broad range of general commercial and corporate litigation and dispute resolution matters, competition and contractual and equitable disputes.

BridgetLittle ActionLoRES v2

Bridget is a Melbourne based partner and head of the Workplace Advisory group. Her practice involves advising public and private companies on a broad range of employment matters, with a focus on employment disputes, strategic employee engagement, complex restructures and employment issues in commercial transactions.

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Liam Cavell

Liam Cavell is a Sydney based senior associate in our Dispute Resolution & Litigation group. His practice focuses on representing and advising companies and individuals across a broad range of commercial disputes, white collar criminal matters, and regulatory investigations.

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