Northeast Intelligence’s brochure describes our full range of investigative services.


Whether its allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment, fraud, or a growing suspicion of financial or other workplace misconduct, NEIG will uncover, report, and help analyze critical facts. We work with clients from the initial report or detection of misconduct to resolution. Typically, the information uncovered during the investigation determines the client’s available options, including civil or criminal litigation. NEIG’s experienced investigative team guides the client through the litigation and/or prosecutorial process.

NEIG’s investigators have conducted successful financial and workplace investigations (e.g., fraud, bribery, and corruption) for more than twenty years. Our former prosecutors, FBI agents, attorneys, accountants, and cyber investigators gather and analyze information retrieved from various sources, including documents, computers, and people to determine what, where, when, and how it happened, and by whom. In addition, we devise and implement an asset recovery and/or loss mitigation plan, which includes preparing reports for later use (e.g., civil litigation, regulatory inquiry, or government consideration).

Depending on the nature and scope of the allegation or incident, and the needs of the client, NEIG can assign a small team of highly skilled investigators or deploy an entire task force of seasoned professionals throughout the United States. When investigations lead overseas, our clients benefit from the personal and professional relationships we have established over many years. NEIG’s network of experienced professionals help coordinate and track investigative leads throughout the world.

NEIG’s assets and resources permit NEIG to consider a multitude of approaches to each investigative assignment. Depending on the nature of the engagement, needs of the client, and objectives of the investigation, NEIG’s approach may involve traditional investigative techniques, such as document retrieval, locating and interviewing witnesses, and physical surveillance. Alternatively, we may be called upon to utilize more advanced investigative techniques such as cyber forensics, electronic discovery, forensic accounting, covert operations, and other methodologies. Our strength lies in the diverse skills of our investigative teams that are comprised of former prosecutors and FBI agents, forensic accountants, cyber security experts, computer forensic specialists, and intelligence analysts.

We work closely with our client’s senior management and its attorneys, both inside and outside counsel. We develop an overall strategy and specific investigative plan based on proven strategies, and the preliminary information and concerns presented by the client. Our investigative plans are designed to achieve the client’s goals in the most cost-effective manner. NEIG’s resources and assets within the United States and around the globe provide our clients with unsurpassed investigative services. Our investigative teams provide crucial information to help our clients make informed business decisions, limit damages, recover losses, and mend relationships with customers, shareholders, partners, regulators, and other interested parties.

NEIG’s investigative team members have conducted investigations involving each of the following:

  • Financial Fraud
  • Breach of Duty
  • Discrimination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Healthcare Fraud and Abuse
  • Cyber Crime and Intrusion
  • Environmental Crimes
  • Securities Fraud
  • Terrorism
  • Credit Card Fraud
  • Corporate and Public Corruption
  • Bank Fraud
    Wire Fraud
  • Money Laundering
  • U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Patriot Act
  • Sarbanes –Oxley
  • Hidden Assets
  • Accounting Irregularities
  • Vendor Fraud
  • Product Diversion and Counterfeiting
  • Theft of Trade Secrets and Proprietary Information
  • Theft Corporate
  • Whistleblower Matters
  • Workplace Violence
  • Background Investigations
  • Organized Crime