It is CA Technologies policy to cooperate with government inquiries and to respond appropriately to legal proceedings of all kinds. To meet these obligations, the Worldwide Law Department must be notified immediately of any lawsuit, investigation, inquiry, subpoena or legal proceedings in which the Company is or might be involved, including any situations where an employee is involved as a third-party (for example, as a witness) if the matter concerns the employee’s job or job duties. Information, whether oral or written, or records or files of any nature, must not be furnished to any outside party in connection with a legal proceeding without the prior written approval of the Worldwide Law Department.
In addition, employees must never, under any circumstances:
- Lie or make misleading statements in connection with any government or other investigation or legal proceeding, or cause another employee to do so
- Destroy, alter or conceal any documents (or other materials) in anticipation of or following a request for those documents in connection with any investigation or legal proceeding
Similarly, you must not, directly or indirectly, mislead or otherwise impair the work of the Company's internal auditors, internal investigators or external public accountants or legal counsel.