Founded by former Watergate prosecutor Terry F. Lenzner in 1984, IGI is a preeminent risk advisory and corporate investigations firm with core specialties in internal investigations, regulatory and competitive intelligence, due diligence, executive background investigations, and litigation support. By combining seasoned attorneys with sophisticated analysts, investigators, accountants and public relations specialists, we provide our...
IGI has been helping political candidates, committees and organizations win for more than 30 years. A pioneering practitioner of opposition and self-research, we have worked for a sitting U.S. President, candidates for the presidency, members of the U.S. Senate and House
Investigative Group International, Inc. (“IGI”), founded by former Watergate prosecutor Terry F. Lenzner in 1984, is a preeminent investigative firm with core specialties in due diligence, internal investigations and competitive and business intelligence. We have
IGI’s gold standard due diligence practice provides clients with timely, critical information when they are contemplating new financial or business relationships with entities and individuals. Applying the utmost discretion, we conduct a variety of domestic and international
IGI has developed extensive experience and expertise in helping corporate and individual clients to maintain and gain a competitive advantage in business, litigation, commercial and regulatory disputes, contests for corporate control, crisis communications and other
IGI works closely with inside and outside counsel to provide litigation support throughout all stages of a lawsuit or an arbitration: before a complaint is filed, during discovery and trial, in advance of settlement and on appeal. While our fundamental goal is always
Internal corporate investigations comprise a core IGI practice area. IGI has nearly 30 years of institutional experience conducting and assisting in such investigations. IGI typically is retained in these cases by, and works at the direction of and in close consultation
For nearly 30 years, IGI has handled discreet fact-finding investigations in a variety of industries and countries throughout the world. IGI has experience investigating allegations of FCPA violations and providing compliance services and guidance to domestic and foreign
In an era of global commerce, IGI is increasingly called upon by clients to conduct investigations that transcend national borders. Stepped-up FCPA enforcement activity in the U.S. counsels closer focus by multinational corporations on potential vulnerability to FCPA
IGI helps clients prevail in contests for corporate control by gathering and analyzing in-depth information about opposing parties that may be helpful to companies and their shareholders in evaluating the competence, integrity and reputations of adversaries and their
IGI provides investigative support and best practices advice to support clients’ compliance with existing and emerging governance, transparency, anti-corruption and reporting and disclosure regulations including Sarbanes-Oxley, the Bank Secrecy Act, the Foreign Corrupt
IGI has conducted numerous investigations regarding intellectual property issues, including of counterfeiting, piracy, copyright infringement, trademark infringement, patent infringement, as well as contraband smuggling and so-called ‘gray market’ product diversion.
IGI has extensive experience and expertise in investigating improper conduct by short-sellers, including “naked shorting,” and market manipulation through the dissemination of false or misleading negative rumors about targeted companies. Such “short and distort”
Companies and corporate executives competing in the marketplace, high net worth individuals and celebrities and political figures who live and work in the public eye, tend to become inured to criticism in the normal course of business – it comes with the territory.