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Litigation Support


Extraordinary Service of Legal Documents  & Orders

Knowing what is happening is critical. Having an ongoing stream of intelligence is invaluable. 


Casale Associates provides professional and lawful surveillance --- discreetly gathering intelligence and evidence to support your legal teams goals.


Our specialist adapt to any environment using state-of-the-art electronic equipment and old fashion gum-shoe know how.


We provide fix and mobile surveillance --- following subjects on foot, in a vehicle, or on public transportation.  


Photographing or interacting with a subject is vital  to knowing what is going on --- we give you the advantage. 


Always without arousing suspicion, we blend in, or gain the trust of the subject.*

Social Media

From family members to a disgruntled spouse or corporate competitors and employees.


Dealing with the massive growth and dependency of of social media comments, which have become part of our culture giving individuals a platform to be heard --- can become problematic.  

*Employers generally can monitor, listen in and record employee phone calls on employer owned phones and phone systems. Obtain data from network service providers, including Internet service providers, telephone companies, and cell phone service providers. 


A person’s “reasonable” or “legitimate” expectation of privacy is limited when using an employers telephone, cell phone, computer or other electronic device.


Employees have very limited rights to privacy in their e-mail messages and Internet usage while using the employer's computer system.

^Under federal wiretapping laws, it is illegal to listen to or record conversations without the consent of the parties. Under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), 18 U.S.C.A. § 2510, employers are given an exemption for calls made “in the ordinary course of business.”

**California, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New Hampshire, and Washington are two party consent states. Nevada is a one party consent state for telephone and wire communications and a two parties consent state for in-person communications. All other states require one party consent.

Federal laws dealing with recording a telephone conversation (interstate) falls under a one party consent rule.

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We perform extensive intelligence checks utilizing information collected and culled from public and non-public repositories, including records and data available only to a licensed private investigator.​


These reports are useful in verifying an individual's identity, locating assets, verifying credentials, searching for adverse litigation, and unveiling any criminal history.​Reports can help attorneys to locate and scrutinize key witnesses, opposing parties, and even clients.

Our report contains information collected and culled from public and non-public repositories including records and data available to a licensed private investigator. The report is designed as a service to assist you in verifying an individual’s information only.