Employees’ Rights During Civil Fraud Examinations

 

The following are possible areas of concern:

Searches

Disclosure and defamation

False imprisonment

Interviews

Federal limitations

Surveillance

Document sources

Note: The above primarily covers rights under federal law. There are a wide variety of state and local laws, plus private contractual rights such as through labor agreements and employment agreements. Managers should seek legal counsel before conducting fraud examinations.

Source: Robertson, J. C. (1997). Fraud Examination for Managers and Auditors. Austin, TX: Viesca Books.

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