WHEN YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO BE WRONG
In a global marketplace it is critical for businesses, financial institutions and their legal advisors to make informed decisions. Whether it is hiring an new executive, acquiring a rival firm or making a strategic investment, dynamic companies cannot afford to make mistakes. If your business relies on human talent to be successful it is important to have a trusted, experienced partner to develop the necessary business intelligence and background information prior to closing the deal.
Sapient Investigations, Inc. works closely with its clients to gather and analyze hard-to-get information on a wide range of pivotal business decisions and legal issues.
From vetting potential business partners or a new board member to conducting time sensitive complex business dispute and litigation investigations, Sapient Investigations, Inc. is the expert firm you can rely on to deliver sensitive information in a timely fashion. Every Sapient Investigations, Inc. project is a customized engagement tailored to the specific situation and needs of our clients.
Sapient Investigations, Inc. has more than a decade worth of experience providing these consulting services to law firms, Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions as well as private equity and venture capital firms.
Sapient Investigations, Inc.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
(310) 399-8200 – Office
(310) 496-2637 – Fax.
Los Angeles trial attorney Brian Brandt, winner of the largest wrongful death award in California history, knows how critical investigators are to his courtroom success
One fact was never in dispute during perhaps the most epic personal injury trial ever slugged out in a California courtroom: Kylie and Blaine Asam had watched helplessly as flames slowly consumed their family’s SUV on the Foothill freeway and burned their parents and brother to death in the early morning hours of November 22, 2009. While Blaine survived the initial crash, he would not survive the accident: he committed suicide after leaving a note that read he wanted to be with his mom, dad and brother.