A company that suspects wrongdoing by a current or former employee, or is defending itself against a lawsuit, is faced with several difficult decisions, foremost of which is how to protect the company and expose the wrongdoer.

Perhaps the safest decision is to hire a professional investigator; in such cases the company knows what it is getting: fluency in investigatory techniques, experience in corporate affairs, familiarity with legal and ethical considerations and credibility with law enforcement authorities.

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