E-Investigations investigations are typically broken into two groups: External Investigation and Internal Investigations. In external investigations, the primary source of the loss or potential risk is an outside party. This outside party could be a former employee, competitor, or criminal organization. In internal investigations, the source of loss or risk of damage is currently employed by or in conspiracy with an internal source.

E-Investigations works closely with our customers during sensitive investigations. Typically, we will work with executives, Boards of Directors, and internal and external counsel to conduct sensitive investigations. If your company is dealing with internal theft of money, assets or intellectual property, E-Investigations Investigations has the experience to identify potential sources of loss and conduct the proper investigation to bring the issues to light. If the losses involve criminal activity, E-Investigations has the experience and connections to “make the case.”

E-Investigations has an international reputation for recovery of stolen art and jewelry. We work closely with the Jewelers Security Alliance and Interpol Stolen Works of Art organization to deliver proven results. Clients have included some of the world’s leading dealers of precious assets working with local, national and international law enforcement to recover stolen or missing assets. Well known artists, galleries, and the Jewelers Security Alliance have used E-Investigations for over two decades.

International investigations involve the complexity of domestic investigations and add the intense difficulty of working in a foreign country with different laws, culture, law enforcement and judicial laws. These issues are dealt with more effectively if you have the right connections and the experience of operating in foreign environments. E-Investigations has the proven track record to deliver. If it is an Intellectual property theft in Asia or a stolen property in Latin America, let E-Investigations principals help you deal with a difficult situation.

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