Clear Law Institute conducts sexual harassment investigations, EEO investigations, and investigations of other alleged employee misconduct for organizations around the world.
Our team of former U.S. Department of Justice and law firm attorneys interview witnesses using Zoom videoconferencing to save time and costs.
We utilize the same research-based investigative techniques that we teach in our investigations training, which we’ve provided to organizations such as the EEOC, Google, the World Bank, and FedEx.
Clear Law has experience conducting investigations for large and small organizations around the world. Our investigative team has:
Courts have made clear that, when investigating sexual harassment and other allegations of employee misconduct, employers must ensure that the investigator has the proper training and experience to conduct an effective investigation. Even organizations that have qualified investigators on staff often turn to Clear Law to investigate allegations that:
Clear Law is able to conduct thorough investigations in a cost-effective manner. First, Clear Law interviews witnesses using Zoom videoconferencing, saving time and travel expenses. Second, because of Clear Law’s investigative methodology, Clear Law is able to complete investigations and write investigative reports quickly and efficiently.
In many cases, Clear Law is able to investigate the matter for a fixed fee, so that the client has certainty about the cost of the investigation before the investigation begins.
HR professionals, in-house counsel, and compliance officers rely on Clear Law to provide thorough, legally compliant investigative reports quickly. Clear Law’s investigations are much less expensive that hiring a law firm to conduct the investigation.
Law firms also rely on Clear Law to conduct investigations on behalf of their clients. In this way, law firm attorneys save their clients money in the investigation process and the law firm attorneys are not conflicted out of handling any subsequent litigation. (Clear Law does not represent employers in litigation as Clear Law Institute is not engaged in the practice of law.)