A CLESeminars Production:
Cybersleuth Investigative Series: How To Be Your Own Private Investigator With Pay Investigative Research Databases
March 20, 2019
12:00 PM -1:00 PM CT
When you can’t find what you need for free on the Internet, or if searching site-by-site and/or jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction is not worth your time, consider subscribing to a pay investigative research database. These databases collect information not only from public record and “publicly available” sources, but also from credit header and proprietary sources, from as many jurisdictions as possible. The information is then integrated into one large searchable relational database, with results that practically allow you to create a dossier about your subject. We will illustrate how to use these types of databases by using TLOxp as our example (but the seminar will be useful even if you subscribe to another investigative research database such as Accurint, PeopleMap, or CLEAR). We will also discuss what federal and states laws come into play when you attempt to get certified to use these databases.
· What’s available at TLOxp.
· Find out how to get certified to use TLOxp.
· Learn to find missing people, even when you don’t know their last name.
· Discover reverse searching (by phone number, address, email address, Social Security Number, and more).
· Uncover relationships.
· Get business background reports.
· Find real property ownership (and who holds the mortgages).
· Create dossiers about people, from criminal records and bankruptcies, to domain names, social media profiles, and vehicle sightings, and much more.
· What’s not available at TLOxp?
Carole A. Levitt, Esq. & Mark E. Rosch
Carole A. Levitt, and Mark E. Rosch, Vice-President, principals of Internet for Lawyers and CLEseminars.com, have been internationally recognized CLE seminar speakers--full-time since 1999 and best-selling ABA Law Practice Division authors. Their areas of expertise are: Internet investigative, legal, and social media research; social media ethics; Google search; and Google cloud Apps.
Together, Mark and Carole have authored hundreds of Internet research articles and co-authored six ABA Law Practice Division books, including Google Gmail and Calendar in One Hour for Lawyers (2013); Find Info like a Pro, Volumes 1 and 2 and Google for Lawyers: Essential Search Tips and Productivity Tools (2010). They have also co-authored thirteen editions of IFL Press’s The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet. Carole recently authored Internet Legal Research on a Budget.
In 2013, they were both recipients of the “Fastcase Fifty” award, recognizing “50 of the smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders in the law” and in 2014, they both became Fellows in the College of Law Practice Management, the international honor society that recognizes distinguished law practice management professionals.
There’s so much more to Google than the simple search box on the home page...if you know where to look.