We use techniques of investigative journalism to research business and investment opportunities, finding and interviewing knowledgeable sources, combing through public records and data, and surveying the legislative and regulatory landscapes to provide actionable, real-time intelligence.
We perform in-depth background due diligence on prospective hires, business partners and competitors, running complete legal, financial and criminal records dossiers that serve as starting points for a thorough investigation and qualitative analysis customized to meet your needs.
Put our experience reporting on Capitol Hill and in some of the country's most competitive media markets to work for you or your organization. We'll help effectively communicate your message to any audience — be it reporters, investors, policy pros, lawmakers or the general public.
We offer a broad array of private, independent and completely confidential research and investigation services. We are experienced at finding hidden assets, verifying rumors, and obtaining key witness testimony in consumer class action, antitrust and whistleblower litigation.
Paul is an experienced private investigator and an award-winning investigative journalist specializing in energy and environmental issues. His reporting for Greenwire on Capitol Hill frequently appeared on NYTimes.com. His investigative work on the 2010 BP oil spill was cited by numerous national news outlets and in the final report of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horiozon Oil Spill. Paul was a reporter for several major Florida newspapers on crime, politics, government, and the Everglades. He has appeared on CNN and been published by The New York Times, The Atlantic Cities, USA Today, The St. Petersburg Times, The Miami Herald, Washingtonian Magazine, Salon, and others.