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INVESTIGATION SERVING LAW

As the “Congrès du barreau” 2015 (the Bar congress) approaches held in the Charlevoix region on June 10th, 11th and 12th, TRAK is making the most of this event to emphasize the collaboration between the legal and investigation fields.

TRAK serves a client base consisting mainly of corporations and public bodies. In most cases, we collaborate with our clients’ prosecutors, internally and externally. In several cases, the lawyer in charge of the file refers us to his or her client or he / she supervises the investigation himself / herself, thus investigators cooperate closely with him or her.

Our work is to ensure that the evidence collated in the course of our investigations were gathered in a legitimate way by professionals who, if required, will be in a position to testify before different courts.

Professionalism, integrity, discretion and confidentiality are our values, because we work with very sensitive information and data. Our objective is always to bring pieces of information and evidence which will enable our clients to settle their disputes.

Our investigations get carried out by seasoned investigators coming from police, civilian, military and governmental backgrounds. Investigations get assigned in accordance with the expertise, skills and competencies each investigator has.

Come and meet us at Stand #2 during the Congress. It would be a pleasure for us to discuss these different aspects with you.

Did you know that many of our governmental clients confer their power upon us according to the Quebec Law on investigation commissions (L.R.Q., chapter C-37) which gives an investigator powers and the immunities of commissioners named according to this Law, except the power to demand incarceration? The law prohibits the hindrance of the investigator’s work in the performance of his or her duties, or deceiving them with reluctances or false statements or lies, or refusing to obey an order the investigator gives.

MAIN EXPERT ASSESSMENTS OF INVESTIVATIONS

  • FRAUD AND COLLUSION (corporative, municipal and governmental)
  • DRUG-RELATED NETWORK WITHIN ORGANISATIONS
  • NETWORK DEALING IN THEFT OR STOLEN GOODS (merchandise, time, equipment)
  • PHYSICAL OR PSYCHOLOGICAL HARASSMENT
  • LABOUR RELATIONS
  • EXPERTISE RECOGNISED BY PROFESSIONAL ORDERS
  • UNFAIR COMPETITION AND TRADEMARKS

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