Category: What’s New at Santoni

Business Development for Private Investigators: What Works & What Doesn’t

The following article by Santoni President/CEO Tim Santoni was published in Pursuit Magazine  – October 24, 2019 At the low point of the last economic downturn, I was stuck in a terrible slump. I needed to bring in more clients, but I didn’t know where to begin. The thought of cold calling people sounded awful […]

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Trace-X Press Release

Santoni Acquires Trace-X  Irvine, CA –  Santoni expands its suite of risk mitigation services with the acquisition of Trace-X.  Trace-X is a leading provider in online data removal of personal identifying information from people finder websites.  “With the addition of the Trace-X service we now have the ability to protect clients in a variety of […]

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Trends 2019 – From Tim Santoni

Trends 2019 – From Tim Santoni In our business we work with businesses and their trusted advisors (Lawyers, CPA’s, Commercial Insurance Brokers, Business Brokers, Human Resources Consultants, Brand Managers, Marketing Teams & Consultants).  Our investigation and background checks are really just a tool to help mitigate risk in the hiring process or develop evidence and […]

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Does Your Intellectual Property Investigator Need to Know Trademark Law?

In a Trademark Law case it is critical that attorneys uncover and present relevant and actionable evidence and information. Does the investigator that you and your firm works with need to understand Trademark Law? Do they need to understand the standards of evidence? Do they need to know about attorney work product privilege? The answer […]

Re-screening Employees and Volunteers

      Do you have a process in place to screen new applicants before they begin working or volunteering for your company? Many companies are now implementing the process of performing pre-employment background checks as a way to mitigate risk in their business. However, one thing they fail to do is re-screen down the […]