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Corporate Investigations


Litigation Support

Due Diligence

Cyber Investigations

Asset Searches

Intellectual Property

IT Security

Stolen Art


Paladin Associates GmbH specializes in corporate investigative and business intelligence services. Founded in Munich in 2002, with representative offices in Washington, DC and Durban, South Africa and a partner firm in Hong Kong, the company operates globally, coordinating an international team of selected consultants, experts, and resources.

Practice Areas

With the goal of providing independent intelligence and reducing risks for its clients, Paladin Associates GmbH has offered corporate investigations, litigation support, asset tracing, and due diligence services since 2002. Paladin Associates also supports clients in patent and trade mark violations, counterfeit product investigations as well as breaches of contract, computer forensics, and cyber investigations.


Paladin Associates GmbH
Burgstr. 12
80331 München
Phone +49 89 24291840
Fax +49 89 24291841

Paladin Associates in the News

What Does the World Cost?

They are big, famous, and worth billions – and still have to tremble. Dax companies, the crème de la crème of German companies, are apparently on the shopping list of corporate raiders...

On the Trail of Dirty Money

Dangers lurk everywhere – but mostly right in the middle of the company. Louis Wonderly is called in when the trust in a company has been lost. A private investigator reports how he puts a stop to white-collar criminals.

Who were the mystery men behind Germany's 'Nazi-looted' art haul?

It was the art discovery that stunned the world: more than 1,400 works of art, many of them masterpieces, hidden away for over 70 years, unearthed not in a high-security vault or long-forgotten museum...

SUMMONS TO BERLIN, a memoir by Joanne Intrator

"Summons to Berlin” recounts the full story of Joanne Intrator, whose family was forced to relinquish their Berlin textile business in 1938 and flee Nazi rule to the United States, where her grandfather died one day after arriving in New York City. With the assistance of Louis Wonderly, CEO of Paladin Associates, she was able to determine that the two purchasers of her family's substantial business -- at one time Realitas GmbH was the third largest textile producer in the country -- had been members of the Nazi Party, and who were making claims to the property after the Berlin Wall fell in 1989. Investigation also revealed that these Nazi Party members had also agitated against the Intrators in the mid-1930s on account of their racial identity in order to confiscate the business and building in the heart of Berlin... Read more