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Sneaking a Peek: Inappropriate surveillance techniques

Sneaking a Peek: Inappropriate surveillance techniques

Conducting surveillance is a juggling act between balancing the desire to obtain the client’s desired result with the risk of pressing the coverage in a way that might be construed as harassment – or even stalking. Knowing the legal limits and when to say when is an...

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Speak Into the Mic: Considerations in recording interviews

Speak Into the Mic: Considerations in recording interviews

The most important decisions when conducting a witness interview are whether or not to record the conversation, and if you should notify the witness when a recording is being made. In Texas (and 38 other states), as long as you are a party to the conversation, it is...

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Filling the Bill: Is the investigator capable, or merely licensed?

Filling the Bill: Is the investigator capable, or merely licensed?

Most states require that persons conducting investigations in the private sector be licensed by a governing body. In Texas, the Regulatory Services Division of the Texas Department of Public Safety licenses private investigators. Essentially, the requirements for...

Front Running Issues: Working from Within to Develop Information

Front Running Issues: Working from Within to Develop Information

By John Beard; CPA, CFE Wouldn’t it be nice to have a crystal ball or to be clairvoyant in forecasting potential business issues such as internal fraud? Unfortunately, the vast majority of us are not psychic and instead have to rely on an investigative function to...

Sneaking a Peek: Inappropriate surveillance techniques

Sneaking a Peek: Inappropriate surveillance techniques

Conducting surveillance is a juggling act between balancing the desire to obtain the client’s desired result with the risk of pressing the coverage in a way that might be construed as harassment – or even stalking. Knowing the legal limits and when to say when is an...

Blood from a Turnip: Searching for assets of “bankrupt” debtors

Blood from a Turnip: Searching for assets of “bankrupt” debtors

Over the years we have seen many cases in which a client sues and is awarded a judgment in response to some tortious act, only to have the defendant seek protection in bankruptcy court. It is not uncommon for judgment debtors to further attempt to hide assets from the...

Vacation Checklist: Ways to conceal that you are away from home

Vacation Checklist: Ways to conceal that you are away from home

Summer vacation season is here. The long needed and anticipated break from the daily grind is about to materialize. As you begin to compile your list of items to pack, take a moment to also make a list of things to leave behind. Specifically, consider things to make...

Speak Into the Mic: Considerations in recording interviews

Speak Into the Mic: Considerations in recording interviews

The most important decisions when conducting a witness interview are whether or not to record the conversation, and if you should notify the witness when a recording is being made. In Texas (and 38 other states), as long as you are a party to the conversation, it is...