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Diane Citrino, Esq. is featured in the March 2016 NE Ohio's Best Lawyers and published "Giving Credit Where It's Due."


Allison West,  a Ninth Circuit and California Workplace Investigator with WIG, has been invited to speak at the SHRM Annual Conference on "The Top Ten Things You Need to Know When Investigating High-Level Executives"


Lorene Schaefer was cited in the book "Boost Your Team's Productivity by Resolving Workplace Conflict" and was interviewed in January 2016 by Corporate Counse magazine regarding CalTech's internal harassment invesitgation.



The EEOC invited Workplace Investigations Group's President, Lorene Schaefer, to its D.C. headquarters to provide expert testimony on how to improve its investigation and conciliation processes. Her written testimony can be read on the EEOC's site by clicking here.

You can also download a pdf copy of her written testimony.
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Why Us?


Our attorney investigators are experienced professionals at conducting workplace investigations of various sizes and in any location in the United States.  With a single click, Corporate Counsel and employers can mobilize a credentialed expert who will conduct an impartial investigation in a timely, effective, professional, and competent manner.  Other benefits of using an attorney investigator from the WIG Directory:


  • Using a WIG attorney investigator minimizes the organizational and business disruption to your workplace.
  • WIG attorney investigators can respond seamlessly, as if your workplace had a dedicated internal investigator.
  • Using a WIG attorney investigator eliminates actual conflicts of interest and minimizes perceived conflicts of interest in the process.
  • Where WIG attorney investigators work at the direction of an attorney, the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product protections can be preserved.
  • Using a WIG attorney investigator allows the employer's regular legal counsel to avoid potential conflicts being an advocate vs. being a witness.
  • WIG attorney investigators bring fresh eyes to a situation and may help mitigate retaliation claims and/or help employers arrive at tangible and permanent solutions where problems exist.
  • WIG attorney investigators take employees out of the middle so that ongoing employee relationships can be maintained.
  • WIG attorney investigators help employers avoid actual or perceived conflicts of interest created by using internal resources and individuals.
  • WIG attorney investigators have solid experience in the field of employment law.
  • WIG attorney investigators provide unbiased, factual, accurate and independent reports so that employers can make informed decisions.

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