Investigative Consultants, Inc., (ICI) an Illinois "C" corporation based in Washington, DC, was founded by Donald M. Berlin in 1977. ICI began its operations as a general investigations firm for attorneys specializing in complex federal litigation and commercial transactions.
As an authorized subscriber to a worldwide network of computerized databases, ICI provides computerized on-line database investigations and intelligence analysis. With over 9,000 information sources worldwide at its disposal, ICI is able to obtain in-depth background information on people, organizations, institutions, and corporations for licensed attorneys, law firms and multinational corporations. ICI currently offers its services to only these individuals and entities.
Our special emphasis is placed on:
- International corporate due diligence inquiries
- Complex litigation management and strategy services
- Venture capital and banking due diligence in 122 countries
- Tracing of assets; banking, financial and credit investigations
- Estate preservation searches conducted for trustees
- Pre-employment background searches on high-level executives
ICI is able to evaluate large volumes of raw data for well-defined purposes. Our extensive technical expertise, combined with a proprietary artificial intelligence software created by in-house programmers, allows us to sift through millions of pieces of data. We ferret out essential data for easy review by our clients. Our specialists have worked on litigation management and administration with 30 years experience in data interpretations, criminal investigations, psychology, to name only a few.
In short, we don't waste our client's time, or their client's money.
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30 years experience in ...
ICI's management team includes experts in litigation management and
administration with 30 years experience in:
- Intelligence gathering
- Data interpretations
- Criminal investigations
- U.S. Foreign Service
- Overseas investigations
- Risk analysis