The Baker Hughes Investigative Process: John Upton Explains

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John Upton is Legal Counsel – Audits and Investigations for Baker Hughes, a leading Global Oilfield Services Company. John’s role is to carry out FCPA audits and internal investigations on a world – wide basis.

He is a barrister who has previously worked in private practice and as an Enforcement lawyer in Several Government Departments and for the Financial Services Authority. He holds degrees from the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics.

In this interview, John shares his views on how to overcome the common pitfalls of an internal investigation, what the best tips for cutting investigation costs are and the most effective strategies your company can have in place before, after and during an internal or external investigation.

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