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Private corporate investigators Montgomery and Majeski present 30 chapters explaining different types of corporate investigations, sometimes offering broad overviews and general advice and sometimes offering more in-depth explanations of the investigative process. Topics include using voice and stress analysis for assessing credibility, profiling, surveillance, electronic eavesdropping, voice identification, the role of law enforcement, forensic accounting, intellectual property theft, sexual harassment, computer...
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Overview

Private corporate investigators Montgomery and Majeski present 30 chapters explaining different types of corporate investigations, sometimes offering broad overviews and general advice and sometimes offering more in-depth explanations of the investigative process. Topics include using voice and stress analysis for assessing credibility, profiling, surveillance, electronic eavesdropping, voice identification, the role of law enforcement, forensic accounting, intellectual property theft, sexual harassment, computer forensics, internal theft, product diversion, retail loss, breach of contract, insurance fraud, threats of violence, and geographic and cultural considerations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc.,Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780913875636
  • Publisher: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/28/2002
  • Pages: 695

Table of Contents

Dedication iii
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xv
Part I Investigative Tools, Techniques and Working Relationships
Chapter 1 FCRA and Corporate Investigations 1
Chapter 2 Assessing Credibility: ADVA Technology, Voice and Stress Analysis 87
Chapter 3 Profiling for Corporate Investigators 111
Chapter 4 Surveillance 123
Chapter 5 Electronic Eavesdropping and Corporate Counterespionage 139
Chapter 6 Voice Identification: The Aural/Spectrographic Method 157
Chapter 7 The Statement as a Crime Scene: Low-tech Tools for Corporate Investigations 213
Chapter 8 The Art and Science of Communication during an Investigation 249
Chapter 9 Doing Business with Your Experts 277
Chapter 10 The Changing Role of Law Enforcement in Corporate Investigations 289
Part II Due Diligence and Forensic Accounting
Chapter 11 The Due Diligence Investigation 303
Chapter 12 Forensic Accounting and Financial Fraud 327
Chapter 13 Net Worth Application in Corporate Investigations 379
Part III Types of Corporate Risks
Chapter 14 Environmental Business Risks: A Legal Investigator's Consultant Role 389
Chapter 15 Intellectual Property Theft 401
Chapter 16 Investigating the Sexual Harassment Case 413
Chapter 17 Computer Forensics 437
Chapter 18 Investigating Internal Theft in a Small Business 445
Chapter 19 Product Diversion 455
Chapter 20 Employer Crime Claims 471
Chapter 21 Retail Loss Prevention 501
Chapter 22 Investigating "Bust-Out" Fraud 509
Chapter 23 Parking Lot Investigations 519
Chapter 24 Security Liability 531
Chapter 25 Investigation of Breach of Contract Cases 549
Chapter 26 Insurance Fraud and the Defense Attorney 569
Part IV Dealing with Threats and Violence
Chapter 27 Corporate Executive Protection 591
Chapter 28 Contingency Planning for the Terrorist Attack 613
Part V Geographic and Cultural Considerations
Chapter 29 Latin Investigations 637
Chapter 30 International Investigations and Due Diligence 647
About the Compilers 671
About the Contributors 673
Index 687
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