Our attorneys have substantial experience and expertise helping clients navigate the numerous practical and legal issues related to the investigative process.
Many complaints in the workplace would be best served by a thorough investigation of the facts and circumstances of that complaint. Some investigations can be conducted in-house, others by a neutral, third party. But questions arise over the scope of the investigation, whether it should be at the direction of counsel, whether the investigation should be limited to a factual record or whether the investigator should make factual determinations, conclusions and recommendations.
Our attorneys have substantial experience and expertise helping clients navigate the numerous practical and legal issues related to the investigative process. Our attorneys are reputable and well-respected investigators. Additionally, we also have established relationships with other qualified investigators, in the cases where an independent investigator is the best choice.
Once the investigation has been concluded, whether conducted by the client, our attorneys or a neutral qualified investigator, our attorneys will advise the clients as to the next steps, including any remedial actions necessitated by the conclusions of the investigation. The advice and recommendations will be tailored to meet the objections and business needs of the client.