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Newsletter – Feeling Lucky

Not only did this heading seem appropriate since we distributed our newsletter on St. Patrick’s Day, it also captures the mindset of optimism & intention

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Vaudra Covid-19 Notice

COVID-19 Preparedness & Calm On behalf of the entire Vaudra team, we wish you, your families and colleagues health, wellness and calm during this unusual

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4th Quarter Highlights

Excited to share Vaudra’s latest news including our November animal rescue campaign, interview in Automotive Business World, and participation in upcoming events like the AAPEX/SEMA

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Summer Highlights – 2019

Enjoy our August newsletter with summer highlights including an appointment by Governor Cooper to NCPPSB, our upcoming participation in AASA’s IP Forum, an overview from

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The 4 E’s: Expertise

Part 2 of 5: Expertise There’s a reason why people call the fire department instead of the police when they spot a structure fire. Although

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The 4 E’s: Evidence

A successful counterfeit investigation can yield a few desirable potential outcomes. One route is criminal prosecution and conviction of offenders. Criminal convictions not only take

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The 4 E’s: Enforcement

Both civil and criminal prosecution of counterfeiters requires an ongoing partnership between private industry and public law enforcement agencies. Indeed, the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)

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The 4 E’s: Efficiency

Many times, when people hear that a professional is specialized, they automatically assume that means their services are prohibitively expensive. That is not the case

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Feeling Conflicted?

How conflicts of interest impact the work of a Private Investigator There are many variations on the definition of a “conflict of interest.” According to

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