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A corporate investigation is the thorough investigation of a corporation or business in order to uncover wrongdoing committed by management, employees, or third parties.

The methods of investigation with vary depending on what kind of investigation you are looking for and the individual investigator. Be specific about your needs and the information you are seeking so your investigator can use the right tools to resolve your situation.

Businesses and corporations use corporate investigations, not only to prove suspected unlawful activity but to protect from the potential. Often, large corporations will have investigators on retainer or have internal investigators so that they are constantly aware of every facet of their company. With such a large pursuit, this information is vital to their success.

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Undercover Investigation: By blending in with the company, an investigator can look into employee misconduct like theft, substance abuse, or harassment. Investigators will often use covert surveillance as a part of their inspection.

Research Investigation: Investigators can conduct research in order to find information about companies that you do business with for acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures, venture capital, private equity, and investments. They can also perform in-depth employee background checks.

Financial Investigation: An investigator conducting a financial investigation can discover embezzlement, money laundering, fraud, and other white-collar crime.

E-Discovery / Electronic Investigation: With e-discovery, investigators can gather electronically stored information in order to collect necessary evidence. They can also potentially restore lost data.

Corruption Investigation: An investigator looking for corruption can uncover bribery, illegal foreign exchange, corporate fraud, and industrial espionage.

If you are actually experiencing employee dishonesty, financial inconsistency, or if you doubt the legitimacy of a company you deal with directly, a corporate investigator can present evidence that is legally and professionally obtained, meaning it is more likely to be respected by the court. They can also help you prevent future incidents.

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