Wrongful Termination: Employee and Employer Investigations
Wrongful termination investigators investigate wrongful termination and wrongful discharge disputes for businesses, individuals and attorneys. Investigative services for employers and employees uncovers the evidence you need to document, support, and prove wrongful termination cases by investigating computers, smart phones, cell phones, hard drives, servers and other data storage devices.
Common disputes regarding wrongful terminations often include: inappropriate behavior, sexual harassment, illegal activity, retaliation, theft of intellectual property, personal use of business computers, terminating employees without following employee handbook and government employee regulations.
The best thing you can do whether terminating an employee or considering a wrongful termination suit is to capture a forensic image of the computers, cell phones, smart phones, laptops and any other devices that may contain evidence to support and document your case. As a terminated employee you need to seek counsel from an attorney to get a court order allowing the capture and collection of evidence from business owned computers. This forensic image preserves the information on the devices so that if necessary, a computer forensic investigation can be performed to uncover the evidence necessary to document and prove your case.
Take these steps if you suspect employee theft, employee fraud or embezzlement:
- Identify all computers, laptops and external devices that may hold potential evidence.
- Secure the suspect computers and prevent further use until a forensic image can be acquired.
- Begin documenting why you suspect theft, fraud or embezzlement.
- Contact a computer forensics company like Computer Forensics Associates and make arrangements for to capture a forensically sound image so you preserve the evidence and prevent tampering or spoliation.
Why you need a computer forensic experts help
So you will have admissible, forensic evidence relating to the terminated employees dismissal.
To determine if more than one employee has evidence or witnessed disciplinary actions.
Access to expert witness testimony should you need it.
So you have an accurate chain of custody which documents what has been done, how the evidence was preserved how and where it was found, and who handled the evidence while in our hands.
To show the judge the evidence has been properly collected, preserved and has not been tampered with.
Save you from paying wrongful termination settlements for discharging an employee.
We guarantee 100% confidentiality
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