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Philip Becnel in “Practical Intelligence”

Partner Philip Becnel was interviewed on his quarterly segment coined “Practical Intelligence” on The American P.I. podcast. In this show, which was about internal employment investigations, Philip warned, “As an investigator working on behalf of an employer you can very easy fall into being an instrument of retaliation.” ...

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Philip Becnel in The Washington Times

Partner Philip Becnel was quoted as an expert in an article in The Washington Times called, “U.S. security contractor ran sports betting site that exposed federal email addresses.” ...

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Philip Becnel published an article on Law.com

Our managing partner, Philip Becnel, published an article on Law.com called, “How Thinking Like an Advertiser Will Make You a Better Investigator.” In the intensely personal article, Philip discusses how investigators can learn a lot about the inferences advertisers make based upon consumers’ behavior on social media websites. Here is an excerpt ...

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Philip Becnel in Fraud Magazine

Partner Philip Becnel published an article in Fraud Magazine called, “Investigating residency fraud.” Fraud Magazine is the flagship publication of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. ...

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Philip Becnel in Virginia Lawyers Weekly

Partner Philip Becnel was quoted in an article in Virginia Lawyers Weekly called, “Lawyer sued after murder of process server.” The article is about a private investigator who was murdered by a defendant while serving divorce papers and about how the investigator’s family later sued the attorney who hired him ...

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Philip Becnel on The American Private Investigator podcast

Partner Philip Becnel was interviewed on The American Private Investigator podcast for his quarterly segment titled, “Practical Intelligence.” Philip, who was referred to as the show’s resident “professor,” was interviewed about investigative ethics. ...

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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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