To help protect themselves, or at least minimize potential damage, companies "need to be extra vigilant" when it comes to ensuring their employees' compliance with a host of issues, said A. Ross Pearlson, a member of the corporate internal investigations practice group at the Newark law firm Sills, Cummis & Gross P.C. "In some cases, when a company uncovers evidence of errors on its own, the firm may take on the matter itself - and, if it's an isolated instance, may decide not to self-report it to a government agency, since doing that could open a can of worms," he said.
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