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“How Building a Deck is Like Interviewing a Witness.”

Philip Becnel published an amusing article on Law.com called, “How Building a Deck is Like Interviewing a Witness.” In the article, Philip tells a personal story about how he was suckered into helping some neighbors build a pop-up on the roof of their house, an experienced he likened to being a ...

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Philip Becnel published an article in Homeland Security Today

Partner Philip Becnel published an article in Homeland Security Today called, “I See You: The New Eyeballs of Modern Mobile Surveillance.” The article discusses legal issues concerning GPS trackers used by private investigators during mobile surveillance. You can find a digital version of the magazine here. ...

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Philip Becnel Publishes Intro to Conducting Private Investigations

Partner Philip Becnel published Introduction to Conducting Private Investigations, the second edition to his first book published in 2010, Private Investigator Entry Level (02E). His latest book has a more national focus than its predecessor, with a summary of private investigator licensing laws throughout the United States. Philip also updated ...

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Philip Becnel Published in The Corporate Counselor

Partner Philip Becnel published an article with The Corporate Counselor called “Components of a Truthful Complaint.” The article is about how attorneys representing companies can differentiate truthful internal complaints from those containing lies. ...

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Philip Becnel Published in the Westlaw Journal Employment

Partner Philip Becnel published an article in the Westlaw Journal Employment called “Snooping at the Digital Water Cooler.” In the article, Philip examines the intertwined relationships between employee privacy in the workplace and social media, how to approach an investigation involving social media, and how employers, attorneys and other professionals ...

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Philip Becnel Publishes Second Book, Principles of Investigative Documentation

Partner Philip Becnel published his second book, Principles of Investigative Documentation. In the book, Philip details how to document an investigation from start to finish using what he calls the Five Principles of Investigative Documentation. The book’s coauthor, Scott Krischke, is a former private investigator with Dinolt Becnel & Wells ...

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Philip Becnel “Chasing Ghosts,” with Pursuit Magazine

Partner Philip Becnel published an article, called “Chasing Ghosts,” with Pursuit Magazine, a trade journal and online community for the private investigations industry. The article is about locating the the toughest-to-find people on the planet, either for service of process or to interview them. ...

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Philip Becnel Lectures on Private Investigator Entry Level (02E)

Partner Philip Becnel gave a lecture about his book, Private Investigator Entry Level (02E), to a meeting of the Professional Investigators and Security Association (PISA). Philip talked to PISA’s Northern Virginia Chapter about the importance of educational standards for state-mandated private-investigator training in Virginia. ...

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