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Breach of Contract Investigations

Breach of Contract InvestigationsNo matter who is in charge of the economy, it can be tough for anyone, both individuals and corporations. Many employees are looking for ways to maximize their incomes, while many businesses are looking to minimize losses and reduce costs. With high turnover and job loss in some sectors, many companies are turning to contracts to protect themselves from competition or high turnover rates. Companies may have an employee sign a non-competition agreement. This means an employee agrees not to work or trade in any competition with their employer. This also includes if the employee is laid off, as many company secrets or assets could be shared. These agreements generally protect the corporation from the theft of information that may be deemed confidential.

When to Hire a Private Investigator

When it comes to a breach of contract investigation, acting quickly to collect sufficient evidence is vital to the integrity of your case. Keep in mind that any involvement from a company employee may be considered tampering with the evidence. This may keep your proof from being admissible in court. This is why hiring a private investigator is essential to obtain the evidence for you.

A private investigator will use their expertise, experience, and computer forensics training to conduct an intensive and thorough breach of contract investigation. They’ll be able to analyze all the information and data collected to help you or your company protect their data while building your case.

The training needed to recover, recreate, and even prove an employee’s history on a digital level can change any employment case involving a contract. Some state and federal laws may require some or all of an employee’s digital history for any upcoming litigation. This will help prevent any critical evidence from being deleted, destroyed, or damaged. Many breaches of contract investigations can cause numerous computer forensic issues. This is why hiring a private investigator knowledgeable in this area is essential to your case.

Issues in Breach of Contract Investigations
  • Wrongful Termination: refers to the unlawful or unjust dismissal of an employee from their job. This occurs when an employer violates employment laws or breaches the terms of an employment contract when terminating an employee. Wrongful termination may include actions such as firing an employee based on discriminatory factors, in retaliation for whistleblowing, or without following proper procedures outlined in an employment agreement.
  • Discrimination: Discrimination in the workplace involves treating an employee or job applicant unfairly based on protected characteristics, such as race, gender, age, disability, religion, or nationality. It includes actions such as unequal pay, denial of promotions, or unfair treatment in hiring or firing decisions.
  • Harassment: Workplace harassment consists of unwelcome behavior, comments, or actions directed at an individual or group, which create a hostile or intimidating environment. Harassment can be based on factors like race, sex, religion, or other protected attributes, including verbal, physical, or visual harassment.
  • Hostile Work Environment: A hostile work environment results from pervasive harassment or discrimination that creates an intimidating, offensive, or hostile atmosphere for employees. It can prevent individuals from performing their job effectively and may lead to legal action against the employer.
  • Retaliation: occurs when an employer takes adverse actions against an employee in response to their exercise of protected rights, such as filing a complaint or participating in a workplace investigation. These adverse actions can include demotions, suspensions, or termination.
  • Whistleblowers: are individuals who report illegal or unethical activities within their organization to the appropriate authorities, either internally or externally. Whistleblowers often expose misconduct, fraud, safety violations, or other wrongdoing in the workplace. Employment laws protect whistleblowers from retaliation for their actions.
  • Breach of Non-Compete Agreement: occurs when an employee violates an agreement’s terms that restrict their ability to work for a competing company or engage in similar business activities for a specified period or within a certain geographic area after leaving their current employer.
  • Breach of Non-Solicitation Agreement: happens when an employee, after leaving their current job, improperly solicits the former employer’s clients, customers, or employees, typically in violation of the terms of their employment contract.
  • Breach of Nondisclosure Agreement (NDA): when an individual discloses confidential or proprietary information covered by the agreement without authorization. NDAs are legally binding contracts that aim to protect sensitive business information from being shared with unauthorized parties.

A private investigator helps both employees and employers when it comes to a breach of contract investigation. Often, a business will be accused of wrongdoing like harassment or even wrongful termination. An investigator will have the knowledge to help. A private investigator can also find falsified claims or even more in-depth background checks if you feel they are hiding something that wasn’t revealed during a contract signing. If you are an employee who feels discriminated against in the contract, you will need a private investigator to help you prove this and make your case. Breach of contract investigations is a serious business, and having an outside private investigator take the case will make it easier to find the appropriate information. This will help your situation and give you the evidence you need if litigation occurs.

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Our agency employs specialized teams consisting of highly skilled professionals who bring valuable expertise from military, law enforcement, and risk management backgrounds. With our extensive knowledge, training, and practical experience in private investigations, we are dedicated to delivering prompt and efficient results to our clients. Working closely with you, we will identify the most appropriate services for your specific case. Our team is equipped with a wide array of unique and innovative solutions to tackle even the most challenging circumstances our clients may face.


Our rates for private investigations are designed to align with the complexity and duration of each individual case. Unlike many other agencies, we have developed a distinct system that offers our clients a pre-established price for the entire investigation. This means you won’t encounter any unexpected fees, retainers, fuel costs, tolls, or hidden charges. Our aim is to provide a cost-effective solution for even the most challenging investigations. Additionally, we do not employ any form of “rounding up” in our rates to account for unforeseen expenses. Instead, the price of an inquiry will be determined based on your specific requirements, ensuring a tailored and transparent approach.


To initiate an investigation, the first step is to engage in either a phone call or an email conversation with one of our licensed private investigators and private detectives. During this initial interaction, we will ask you a series of questions in order to assess the optimal course of action for your case. Based on the information gathered, our team will meticulously construct an investigative plan that meets your satisfaction and aligns with the unique needs of your situation. Throughout the investigation process, you will be kept informed of any relevant updates or modifications. Upon the conclusion of the investigation, we will provide you with a comprehensive written report, accompanied by any pertinent photos or video evidence that was collected during the investigation.