Investigations in the Public Interest
We use our investigative skill set to support causes that build a better society. Our work on this front includes helping exonerate the wrongly convicted, investigating civil rights violations by government employees and agencies, supporting policy reform campaigns, and identifying the assets of alleged war criminals.
Case Study 1
A coalition of public health experts and consumer rights advocates launched a campaign to persuade a global brand to eliminate a controversial chemical from its supply chain. By collecting clues from import-export records, factory inspection reports, and disgruntled former insiders, we pinpointed the source of the additive to a supplier with a checkered past. This intelligence gave our client leverage to negotiate a phase-out of the additive and cut ties with the supplier.
Case Study 2
Evidence we collected from judicial disclosures, tax filings, and corporate records was used to prove that a judge had financial and personal links to prosecutors. Our client, who had been wrongly convicted of murder, used those facts in a motion to win the judge’s recusal.