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Rahman Ravelli’s Business Defence is a product specifically tailored to corporate entities. Business Defence betters your company’s position before, after or during an ongoing investigation and also protects your future business dealings by identifying any other issues your business may have before they develop.
A Business Defence team will undertake a comprehensive review of your business model and practices to ensure your business is prepared to meet the immediate issues it faces, understand its current position and protect it’s interests in the future.
In summary, this service encompasses:
This report will feed into on-going advice regarding any current or threatened Criminal or Civil actions your business may have as well as allowing you to take steps to deal with any areas of uncertainty.
In order to undertake this review a bespoke team of expert professionals will be assembled to deal with the issues that require investigation. This will be discussed with you prior to the commencement of any Business Defence investigation and documented in our client care correspondence.
In addition, this report will be subject to Legal Advice Privilege and will therefore be restricted from disclosure, unless your business as the client chooses to waive this protection, to any third party or investigative body (subject to any local law variations) in any proceedings.
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