Colorado Independent Fact Finders

We Help Employers Uncover the Facts

Employers facing employee allegations of unlawful or improper behavior in the workplace need accurate information surrounding the allegations. Notice of an employee’s Charge of Discrimination…an employee’s allegation of sexual harassment by her boss…claims of retaliation from a terminated employee… These situations can set a legal process in motion with serious consequences for an employer.

When allegations are made, attorney-neutrals conduct thorough, independent investigations to help employers get the facts, understand their potential liability and consider all options for resolving the issue. From a Colorado school district untangling complaints about or by an administrator to a Denver non-profit evaluating complaints of a manager’s malfeasance, clients across Colorado have worked closely with our neutrals to identify problems, address them, and keep them from escalating to litigation.

At Littleton Alternative Dispute Resolution, Inc., Katy Miller and Gary Clexton offer experienced and independent fact finding in employment law disputes in Denver, throughout Colorado, and beyond – as when a local client asked Gary to investigate allegations of sexual harassment at one of the company’s remote offices out of state.

Our Attorneys conduct Independent Fact Finding Investigations to Help Employers Uncover The Truth and Avoid Litigation

We provide informal reports verbally, give presentations to boards of directors, and write detailed written reports, as each situation requires. We know the law, we have worked in dozens of workplace settings, and we know how to get the information employers need to avoid court costs and judgments – quickly and confidentially.

Our experience and knowledge of employment laws and guidelines allows us to conduct detailed fact finding procedures on a wide range of issues and potential disputes, including:

  • Discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Wrongful termination
  • Tort claims
  • Retaliation or whistleblower issues
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) issues
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Trade secrets and other confidential information

Contact our office online or call 303-798-2533 to speak to one of our lawyers to discuss your independent fact finding needs and learn how we can be of assistance in helping you obtain the information needed to address your unique employment law dispute.