Month: September 2012

California’s budget woes and the impact on the California courts

Recently, I attended a brown bag lunch program with Presiding Judge Thomas Borris and Judge Robert Moss, put on by the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association at the Orange County courthouse. The head judges spoke at length about the precarious financial position of the courts, and how they may be forced to make substantial cuts, […]

Fraud Investigator Catches Con Artist

Asset and Bank Searches: Liquid, Tangible and Intangible Asset Investigations

What can be searched and when? As a licensed private investigation firm, we are regularly asked by our clients to conduct asset investigations on a particular subject, whether an individual or a business entity. These requests are usually in one of two categories: a request by an attorney to investigate the assets of a party […]