Corporate Investigations, Second Edition

Compiled by
Reginald J. Montgomery, CLI, CPP, CFE, CP, CST
and William J. Majeski
 

The Bible And Standard Legal Reference
Work On Corporate Investigations!

A Must-Have Reference If Your Clients Are Corporations!

This Reference Work Sentences You To A Lifetime Of Corporate
Investigative Wisdom With Over A Dozen Life Sentences!

Contributing authors: John S. Belrose, Julius Bombet, CLI, CFE, Gerald R. (Gary) Brown, Matthew Buchert, James P. Carino, CPP, CFE, VSM, Harold F. Coyne, Jr., PPS, Grace Elting Castle, CLI, Paul J. Ciolino, CLI, CFE, BCFE, CII, Harold F. Coyne, Jr., PPS, Todd DeStefano, Robert J. DiPasquale, CPA, CFE, Kitty Hailey, CLI, CFE, Bruce H. Hulme, CFE, Don C. Johnson, CLI, CII, Sal LiFrieri, Robyn R. Mace, Ph.D., Michael C. McDermott, Kevin D. Murray, CPP, CFE, BCFE, Tom Owen, John J. Palmatier, Ph.D., Raymond M. Pierce, Jeffery Richardson, Sr., Al Ristuccia, David Roberts, FIPI, Ben Scaglione, Todd Scheffer, CFE, Larry R. Troxel, CLI, REA, Jonathan Turner, CFE, CII and Peter F. Wade

 

What if you could find an investigative manual that handed you over 750 years of wisdom from the very top investigators in the USA? Well, you have just found it! The range of corporate investigations is extremely broad, from accounting financial fraud to executive protection, from shoplifting to international fraud. More than two dozen experts share their investigative techniques to help you navigate this complex field. This work is a must have book if your clients are corporations. To be without this hallmark work for conducting corporate investigations is like trying to conduct a surveillance without a vehicle. No other work on the market covers the complete spectrum of corporate investigations like this one does and no other work offers you the expertise of so many authors. It's like having someone open up your head and insert the combined wisdom of over one dozen experts in each type of investigation with a lifetime of experience of each author.

 

 Topics include:

FCRA and corporate investigations
Assessing credibility: ADVA technology, voice and stress analysis
Profiling for corporate investigators
Surveillance
Electronic eavesdropping and corporate counterespionage
Voice identification: The aural/spectrographic method
The statement as a crime scene: Low-tech tools for corporate investigations
The art and science of communication during an investigation
Doing business with your experts
The changing role of law enforcement in corporate investigations
The due diligence investigation
Forensic accounting and financial fraud
Environmental business risks: A legal investigator's consultant role
Investigating the sexual harassment case
Environmental business risk
Profiling for corporate investigations
Surveillance and corporate investigations
Intellectual Property Theft
Computer forensics
Investigating internal theft in a small business
Product diversion cases
Employee crime claims
Retail loss prevention
Investigating Bust-Out fraud
Parking lot investigations
Security liability
Investigation of breach of contract cases
Insurance fraud and the defense attorney
Corporate executive protection
Contingency planning for the terrorist attack
Latin investigations
International investigations and due diligence

And much more

The best and most comprehensive work in the history of publishing to be done on corporate investigations. 6" x 9", casebound, index, 714 pages.


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