As lawyers, we understand the litigation process, and we can provide support before, during and after disputes. Our clients rely on us to ethically uncover admissible evidence, or to provide them with crucial information that will help shape their strategy in the courtroom or around the negotiation table. We provide the information that matters most by reviewing open source information, client documentation and identifying and tracking down the witnesses who may prove most knowledgeable and sympathetic to our clients’ needs. Our clients know that we have an uncompromising attitude to abiding by the law, and will handle their matters with the utmost discretion -- from consulting the public record to interviews with parties we are permitted to contact.
Among the services we provide:
- Locate people to be interviewed or served
- Determine assets of potential counterparties prior to bringing suit
- Search for assets to enforce a judgment
- Prove opponent’s ties to a jurisdiction
- Profile opponent’s litigation strategy
- Uncover admissible evidence to prove or refute a claim
- Identify and trace sympathetic witnesses
- Identify knowledgeable former employees, friends or acquaintances
- Scour backgrounds of witnesses for vulnerabilities
- Investigate witnesses or counterparties and their witnesses
- Gather material for cross-examination of opponents or opposing experts
- Expose undisclosed ties between people or among corporations or organizations
For more information on how we assist litigators before, during and after litigation, please see our three-part series for InsideCounsel.
Part One: "Locate the Right People Before You Start Litigation."
Part Two: "3 Reasons Litigators Might Need Fact-Finding Help During a Trial."
Part Three: "5 Tips When Searching for Assets."