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Jennifer Duggan and Christina Bucci Hamilton earn AWI-CH distinction

by | Apr 5, 2022 | Firm News, Workplace Investigations |

Duggan McHugh Law Corporation would like to congratulate Senior Partner, Jennifer Duggan and Partner, Christina Bucci Hamilton for receiving the AWI-CH distinction as Association of Workplace Investigators Certificate Holders.

This distinction is earned by full attendance of the Association of Workplace Investigation (AWI) Training Institute and achievement of passing scores on all three tests.

The AWI-CH distinction reflects a demonstrated success at achieving the stated learning outcomes of the training program. AWI is an international professional membership association for those who conduct, manage, or have a professional interest in workplace investigations, including attorneys, human resources managers, private investigators, and others. AWI’s mission is to promote and enhance the quality of impartial workplace investigations.

Outside Investigations by Duggan McHugh

Jennifer Duggan, Christina Bucci Hamilton, and all of the attorney investigators at Duggan McHugh conduct discreet, impartial, thorough and timely investigations of workplace complaints or incidents. We use proven investigative strategies to gather evidence and make factual findings, including interviews of relevant parties and witnesses. Our investigations include analysis of relevant documentary evidence and conclude with thorough and reliable report findings in a format which best meets the client’s needs, such as written or oral reports. With an extensive experience in litigation, our attorneys bring a nuanced perspective and approach to conducting workplace investigations.

Internal Investigations

Not all workplace investigations need to be conducted by a third-party outside investigator. The attorneys at Duggan McHugh are experienced in assisting clients discern when a third-party outside investigation is warranted versus an internal investigation and regularly advise employers regarding their own investigation obligations.