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Samia Kirmani Discusses Increased Demand for Workplace Investigations in the Wake of the #MeToo Movement

Samia Kirmani comments on an increased demand for performing and advising investigations and training requests on how to respond to reports of bad behavior in "Investigations Practices Pivot Amid 'Cascade' of Misconduct Claims," published by Law.com.

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