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The first step in assessing a problem is getting and reliably understanding the facts. Long before entering into litigation, Chuck Gabriel investigates and performs due diligence for his clients. He is aware of how the legal system, prosecutors, investigators and regulators approach both legal and regulatory issues and this knowledge and experience allows him to effectively investigate on behalf of his clients. His firm can handle the most complex of investigations, whether they are related to misconduct within an organization or criminal activities.

The Gabriel Law Firm assists businesses in independently investigating and gathering evidence of internal wrongdoing with the goal of quickly and accurately assessing and resolving issues. This can involve putting together and coordinating an effective forensic team that yields evidence admissible under federal evidentiary standards while allowing your business to use the information that has been collected. Chuck’s background as a retired FBI agent and legal advisor, and his membership in the Society of Former Agents provides him access to some of the best investigative resources in the country. He has also developed strategic liaisons with other experienced attorneys and large firms willing and able to take on the most complex litigation.

Chuck and the Gabriel Law Firm work with business owners, executives,  professionals and their counsel who have been victimized by:

Partnership and close corporation shareholder disputes
Director, officer, or employee misconduct
Breaches of fiduciary duty
Embezzlement and theft
Contractor or vendor fraud
Misuse or misappropriation of proprietary information, trade secrets and other business torts

Chuck Gabriel and the Gabriel Law Firm works with individuals in metro Atlanta and adjoining areas, including Fulton County, Dekalb County, Cobb County, Gwinnett County, Forsyth County and the cities of Alpharetta, Roswell, John’s Creek, Duluth and Milton as well as areas throughout the State of Georgia.  For advice on how to deal with misconduct, contact the firm today for a free consultation.

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