Q&A: Daniel Nardello

, New York Law Journal


Forget the image you may have of the hard-boiled private eye waiting in a seedy office for clients to show up. A former assistant U.S. attorney who runs an independent investigative firm discusses the current state of the industry, the techniques and types of work they do, and what qualities make a good investigator.

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