Hide and Go Seek: Outwitting Holders of Hidden Assets

By Kent Perkins With costs of litigation added to losses suffered which gave rise to the initial lawsuit, Plaintiffs can spend “good money after bad” and end up holding only worthless judgment paperwork when unscrupulous Defendants successfully hide money offshore. Sadly, most other countries totally ignore United States judgments and refuse to help creditors attempting…

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Who’s bugging you? What You Need To Know About Workplace Electronic Eavesdropping

By Frank Faulk IV, CPP Manager of Technical Services at Diversified Risk Management, Inc. Sometimes it seems uncanny that people have knowledge of information only shared in a private conversation, or in an email or specific data recently presented in a closed meeting. It’s especially daunting when the private communication was with those you trust…

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Who’s Watching the Security Guards?

by Kent Perkins, P.I. Uniformed guards posted on the receiving and shipping docks of many companies provide security for assets and personnel. That’’s a good thing, because cargo theft costs American companies about $30 billion a year, according to Agent Kevin L. Perkins, Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Criminal Investigation Division, when speaking recently…

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Ensuring Ethical Investigators Work On Your Sensitive Cases

Private investigator in a large city Look before you Leap

In the Private Investigation field, there are a lot of unique business challenges. There are odd hours, strange requests and plenty of healthy competition with other firms. Rarely do clients sound happy to speak to you, as they are usually dealing with a difficult situation; often it’s an emergency and they need immediate help. Usually they need help yesterday. It’s in these moments, when they most need a helping hand that they are most exposed to unethical consultants.


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