Perry Mason had Paul Drake. Benjamin Matlock had Tyler Hudson.
Both in Hollywood and real life, a trusted investigator can be a lawyer’s best friend.
Attorneys appreciate the power of information. Whether in the courtroom, the boardroom or the conference room, lawyers with superior information will outperform their less informed counterparts.
However, since the time that Perry Mason tried a case each week for over a decade, the investigative needs of the legal profession have changed dramatically. While the local gumshoe detective delivered the winning evidence in times past, law firms today need a diverse, technologically advanced investigative firm with national and even worldwide capabilities.