When litigation is threatened or initiated, reliable + admissible information is power

What is litigation support? We help attorneys, and their clients uncover facts, analyze information and preserve evidence during every phase of a personal or business dispute ranging from pre-trial preparation and discovery to court proceedings and the investigation of new information supporting appeal. We do so by providing support in the following areas.

Due Diligence Investigations of Parties, Claimants + Witnesses

Due diligence investigations of companies or individuals involved or potentially involved in litigation. Conducted at the direction of counsel. Information could include the subject’s involvement in criminal and civil litigation; location and contact information; occupation, education, professional licenses and training; social media accounts and activity; connections to other parties; assets and liabilities; court filings; and related companies, investments and entities.

Witness Identification, Location + Interviewing

Identify and locate individuals involved or potentially involved in litigation — even those who are hard to find or who do not want to be found. Then, as needed, conduct field interviews and prepare interview reports to support the determination of relevant witnesses and potential testimony as early as possible and inform the discovery and trial preparation phases.

Continuous Social Media Monitoring + Physical Surveillance

Capture, analyze and monitor social media activity for use as background or evidence. Identify relevant social media accounts. Conduct continuous monitoring of those social media profiles, capture relevant posts in a forensically established process and provide insight into, and timely notification of, subjects’ behavior, activities, lifestyles and associations (and changes). Can also include physical surveillance to locate, identify and track relevant individuals, locations and facilities.

Asset Search + Recovery

Online searches and field surveillance to discover concealed or undisclosed assets, accounts, business relationships and investments as well as loan defaults, debtor assessments, bankruptcies and insolvencies. Business intelligence, understanding of money laundering techniques, and access to computer forensics is used to uncover real and intangible property, identify offshore structures and assets, and untangle layered corporate holdings.