Corporate Investigations / Edition 2

Corporate Investigations / Edition 2

by Reginald J. Montgomery, William J. Majeski
     
 

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ISBN-10: 1933264020

ISBN-13: 9781933264028

Pub. Date: 06/28/2005

Publisher: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.

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,

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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 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

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933264028
Publisher:
Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
06/28/2005
Pages:
739
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 2.00(d)

Table of Contents

Dedicationiii
Prefacexi
Acknowledgmentsxv
Part IInvestigative Tools, Techniques and Working Relationships
Chapter 1FCRA and Corporate Investigations1
Chapter 2Assessing Credibility: ADVA Technology, Voice and Stress Analysis87
Chapter 3Profiling for Corporate Investigators111
Chapter 4Surveillance123
Chapter 5Electronic Eavesdropping and Corporate Counterespionage139
Chapter 6Voice Identification: The Aural/Spectrographic Method157
Chapter 7The Statement as a Crime Scene: Low-tech Tools for Corporate Investigations213
Chapter 8The Art and Science of Communication during an Investigation249
Chapter 9Doing Business with Your Experts277
Chapter 10The Changing Role of Law Enforcement in Corporate Investigations289
Part IIDue Diligence and Forensic Accounting
Chapter 11The Due Diligence Investigation303
Chapter 12Forensic Accounting and Financial Fraud327
Chapter 13Net Worth Application in Corporate Investigations379
Part IIITypes of Corporate Risks
Chapter 14Environmental Business Risks: A Legal Investigator's Consultant Role389
Chapter 15Intellectual Property Theft401
Chapter 16Investigating the Sexual Harassment Case413
Chapter 17Computer Forensics437
Chapter 18Investigating Internal Theft in a Small Business445
Chapter 19Product Diversion455
Chapter 20Employer Crime Claims471
Chapter 21Retail Loss Prevention501
Chapter 22Investigating "Bust-Out" Fraud509
Chapter 23Parking Lot Investigations519
Chapter 24Security Liability531
Chapter 25Investigation of Breach of Contract Cases549
Chapter 26Insurance Fraud and the Defense Attorney569
Part IVDealing with Threats and Violence
Chapter 27Corporate Executive Protection591
Chapter 28Contingency Planning for the Terrorist Attack613
Part VGeographic and Cultural Considerations
Chapter 29Latin Investigations637
Chapter 30International Investigations and Due Diligence647
About the Compilers671
About the Contributors673
Index687

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