Top 10 Free Or Low-Cost Web Sites for Investigators

Corporate counsel have traditionally turned to outside investigators for hard-to-get information–the kind that is unlikely to be volunteered, for example, by an employee who is suspected of fraud, a potential business partner, or infringers of the company’s patents or trademarks. But the Internet has revolutionized the investigative field, making it possible for anyone with a computer to sift through vast amounts of information in a matter of minutes. Much of this information is available free-of-charge or for a nominal fee.

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