Can a private investigator have access to the mailbox of his client or of an investigated subject, or would he commit a crime? What are the privacy rules to be respected in organizing a detective agency activities? If the investigative items are collected in violation of the law, will they still be effective as evidence in a trial? Is it possible to investigate employees on sick leave to see if the disease is real?
The volume “Private investigations law” has just been published on behalf of La Tribuna, and it answers these as well as several other similar questions, bearing a theoretical – practical slant, containing a complete and multidisciplinary vision the “right to private investigation”. In a single book, defense professionals and the investigator will find concrete indications with regard to privacy and personal data protection, to the rules governing the access to the profession and to criminal law.
Tonucci & Partners professionals Ida Blasi, Aurelio Lonigo, Paola Elisabetta Pedretti and Ettore Salce are the co-authors of the volume, edited by Selina Zipponi.