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Successful investigations depend on finding secret facts. Sometimes these facts are found in public records, through Internet and database research not available to the public or under FOI Act, by identifying and interviewing key sources, through the application of forensic accounting and computer forensics skills, and from other investigative methods. The successful outcome of any investigation often requires a combination of these techniques by a seasoned investigator that has the ability to recognize potential leads and follow them.
Our investigative consultants that include retired senior intelligence and law enforcement officers, former journalists, and professional investigators have such skills. Our principal Investigator has been in business 40 years.
Whether conducting an investigation relating to complex litigation, due diligence, fraud, business intelligence, background checks, sensitive internal corporate matters, international inquiries, or other issues, Morgan Turner Freeman draws upon a wealth of investigative experience and worldwide resources that it brings to bear on every new investigation. We take great care to gather evidence in an admissible fashion so as not to jeopardize its potential use in court.
A few examples of our work include:
- An investigation of a senior-level employee accused of embezzling several million dollars from his company discovered that this individual -- who claimed to have no assets -- owned several condominiums, a car rental agency, and a restaurant outside the United States that he purchased with the embezzled funds.
- A due diligence investigation for a company considering a multimillion dollar investment with a new business partner revealed that the prospective partner had been sued for fraud and had approached our client with the same scheme.
- An investigation of alleged securities fraud exposed that the company in question illegally altered corporate documents -- making it appear as if a company meeting took place in a different state -- in an attempt to hide an illegal loan to a company insider.
- A business intelligence investigation uncovered the fact that a company that publicly claimed to have a new product ready for the marketplace was, in fact, still in the process of building a prototype and was far behind schedule in its production.
- A background investigation of an executive who was being considered for a senior level position determined that this person had attempted to expunge a criminal record for assault and battery within days of his interview.
- A Fortune 500 company suspected a former employee of stealing and selling its proprietary information worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Our investigation proved that the employee had set up a secret company and office/warehouse that he used as a conduit to sell the goods and information.
Note:We do not find out owners of motor vehicles in Australia, this may be legal in other countries.