Due Diligence Investigations

Information that is typically covered in a due diligence investigation includes the following:

• Personal and professional history, which includes work history, board memberships and nonprofit affiliations
• Historical news media research on the individuals and businesses with which they have been affiliated
• Details of civil litigation and criminal case history, including on-site court research and retrieval, where applicable
• Regulatory records, professional licenses and government compliance checks
• Financial history, which includes personal assets, judgments, liens, bankruptcies and U.S. Tax Court cases
• Corporate affiliations, sex offender registries, driving history records and political contribution records
• Credit history (with consent)

Some of the more common issues that are revealed in a due diligence investigation include the following:
• Misrepresentations of employment history or falsified degree information
• Financial troubles, including bankruptcies, tax liens and foreclosures
• Accusations in lawsuits, such as harassment or fraud
• Regulatory issues
• Past criminal trouble, including drunk driving
• History of litigiousness
• Undisclosed corporate affiliations, government scrutiny or a trail of failed companies

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