He brings more than 30 years of experience, both as a private investigator and as a legal journalist, in gathering information, analyzing complex patterns of facts and answering difficult questions through creative use of interviews, document research and other techniques, while adhering to all applicable legal and ethical standards.
Mr. Frost's recent engagements include in-depth investigations that illuminated vulnerabilities of corporate raiders for companies that successfully fought hostile takeover; background investigations of expert witnesses, focusing on potential inconsistencies and conflicts in past testimony; asset searches on potential defendants, aimed at finding the value of currently owned property and companies; and fact-gathering and public record research for clients pursuing consumer and securities fraud cases, including several generated by the financial crisis and sub-prime mortgage meltdown.
His expertise has helped clients in anti-money laundering and FCPA cases who need hard-to-find details about customers, vendors, or joint venture partners, anywhere in the world.
Before joining A&M, Mr. Frost managed his own investigations firm with clients including law firms, private equity firms and international consulting firms. Previously, he was a partner with a corporate investigations firm in New York that engaged in litigation support, pre-deal due diligence and investment intelligence for legal and financial firms.
Mr. Frost earned a bachelor's degree in English literature from Swarthmore College. He is a licensed private investigator in New York.