McFadden Investigations Law Corporation is a woman-owned firm offering personalized, innovative, and thoughtful investigations and training services. We understand what clients need most – effective expertise, commitment to a timely, thorough, impartial process, and the skills to provide valued results. Our dedication to this mission is paramount. We provide client-centric services to help manage workplace issues with integrity, transparency, empathy, and adaptability. Let us help be part of the resolution.
Carrie A. McFadden, AWI-CH
Carrie’s practice focuses on conducting workplace investigations involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, performance issues, and other misconduct.
Carrie is an experienced investigator who has conducted investigations into complex and sensitive allegations in a variety of industries. From small companies to large government agencies, Carrie uses a thoughtful and adaptable approach to each case.
In the public sector, Carrie regularly conducts investigations for school districts, community colleges, high schools, and elementary schools. In the private sector, Carrie has investigated claims for organizations ranging from start-ups to non-profits to international corporations. Carrie is experienced in a variety of industries, including education, government, public safety, recreation, utilities, legal, and medical. She has handled investigations involving line-level employees, management, and chief/senior executives and elected officials.
Prior to forming her own firm, Carrie worked for over four years at one of California’s leading workplace and campus investigation law firms. Prior to devoting her practice to workplace investigations, Carrie practiced civil litigation for over 10 years where she represented public entities and their employees in a wide variety of cases, including excessive force allegations against law enforcement, constitutional challenges to municipal policies, and employment cases involving allegations of wrongful termination, retaliation, and discrimination. Carrie has provided trainings to peace officers, administrators, and attorneys on topics relating to constitutional rights and supervisory issues. Her background in representing employers and employees gives her a unique perspective that she brings to her current practice as a neutral investigator.