Handling Ethical Issues in Investigations

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Investigators face ethical challenges frequently and handling them effectively is important both for the integrity of the profession and their reputations. An investigators’ code of ethics is a good starting point, but it only outlines expectations. Investigators need the knowledge and skills to anticipate and react when an ethical issue arises.

Watch Brian Willingham, expert investigator and founder of Diligentia Group, as he examines some of the most pressing ethical issues investigators face and provides practical strategies for navigating these murky ethical waters safely.


During the webinar, Willingham will discuss:
  • The most common ethical issues faced by investigators
  • Ethical factors to consider in the decision to conduct an investigation
  • How to handle requests for confidentiality and anonymity
  • Learning from challenging ethical dilemmas
  • Ethical case studies
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Brian Willingham
Brian Willingham

Founder of Diligentia Group

Brian Willingham is a private investigator and founder of diligentia Group, a boutique investigative firm dedicated to providing law firms, financial institutions and decision makers with comprehensive background investigations, due diligence investigations and legal investigation services. Diligentia tackles investigations of all sorts, including asset tracing, international and domestic due diligence background investigations, vetting of Board members and senior executives, complex litigation support, pre-employment background checks and witness interviews for civil or criminal litigation, providing clients with information that will help them to make informed decisions or avoid costly ones. Brian is a prolific blogger and contributor to industry magazines and publications including Pursuit Magazine and ACFE Insights.

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