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White Collar Criminal Defense

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White Collar Crime Defense Law Firm

The state and federal prosecutors in Las Vegas, Nevada are always investigating and prosecuting white-collar crimes. These agencies have experienced and well-resourced attorneys and investigators who dedicate themselves to pursuing these types of cases.

This makes the stakes very high for anyone who is the subject of a white-collar crime investigation or has been charged with a white-collar crime. The consequences of a conviction can include significant prison time, steep fines, and a permanent criminal record.

With a skilled white-collar criminal defense attorney on your side, however, you can level the playing field.

We represent individuals and businesses in a wide range of white-collar criminal cases and investigations in federal and state courts. Whether you are under investigation or have been charged with a crime, we can help you protect your rights and freedom.

Call 1 (800) 408-0985, email [email protected] or fill out our online contact form to schedule a consultation with a Nevada or Las Vegas white-collar criminal defense lawyer today.

  • What Is White-Collar Crime?

The term "white-collar crime" generally refers to nonviolent crimes committed by business and government professionals during their work. These offenses are typically motivated by financial gain and are typically committed through fraud, deception, or other means of misrepresentation.

While white-collar crimes do not usually involve violence, they can still have serious consequences. Many white-collar offenses are federal crimes, and the penalties for a conviction can be significant.

  • Our White-Collar Criminal Defense Attorneys Can Help You with Any Type of Case

We have significant experience handling all types of federal and state white-collar crime cases, including:

Bank Fraud/Bank Fraud Investigations

Bank fraud cases are often complex and multi-faceted, involving allegations of conspiracy, money laundering, wire fraud, and other offenses.

Investigations involving bank fraud can be initiated by the bank itself, another financial institution, or a government regulator such as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

To get you the best possible outcome in your case, we will work with a team of experienced former bank regulators, accountants, and financial analysts as needed to investigate the allegations against you and develop a comprehensive defense strategy.

Securities Fraud

Securities fraud entails a range of activities involving some type of deception or misrepresentation in connection with the sale or purchase of securities.

Examples of securities fraud include insider trading (using material, nonpublic information to make investment decisions), market manipulation, and broker misconduct.

We have experience handling securities fraud cases and are well-versed in the complex rules and regulations that apply to the securities industry.

Health Care Fraud

Healthcare fraud is a type of white-collar crime committed by anyone in the healthcare industry, from doctors and nurses to hospital administrators and insurance company employees.

Healthcare fraud offenses include billing for services that were not rendered, upcoding (billing for a more expensive service than was provided.), and prescribing unnecessary tests or procedures.

The government has made prosecuting healthcare fraud a priority in recent years, and the penalties for a conviction can be very severe. If you are under investigation or have been charged with healthcare fraud, we are here to help.

Tax Fraud

Tax fraud is a type of white-collar crime that involves the intentional misrepresentation or omission of information on a tax return to reduce the amount of taxes owed.

Both federal and state governments take tax fraud very seriously, and the penalties for a conviction can be significant. Don't wait to speak with an attorney if you are under investigation for tax fraud.

Money Laundering

Money laundering is the process of concealing the source of illegally obtained money or other assets.

There are a number of different ways to launder money, and the methods used often depend on the type of crime that was committed for generating the funds.

Money laundering charges are often filed in conjunction with other offenses, such as drug trafficking, bank fraud, and securities fraud. If you have been charged with money laundering, we can help.

Corporate Fraud

Corporate fraud is any type of illegal activity that a company or its employees perpetrate to gain an unfair business advantage.

Examples of corporate fraud include accounting fraud, insider trading, and bribery. Corporate fraud cases are often complex, and the penalties for a conviction can be severe.

Our firm has experience handling all types of corporate fraud cases, and we are dedicated to protecting our clients' rights.

Consumer Fraud

Consumer fraud is a white-collar crime involving deception or misrepresentation in the sale of goods or services.

Consumer fraud includes false advertising, bait-and-switch tactics, and identity theft.

We are experienced in handling all types of consumer fraud cases, and we will fight to get you the best possible outcome in your case.

Insurance Fraud and Mortgage Fraud

Insurance fraud and mortgage fraud are two types of white-collar crime that have become increasingly common in recent years.

Both insurance fraud and mortgage fraud involve the intentional misrepresentation or omission of information to obtain an insurance policy or a loan.

The penalties for these offenses can be very severe, so it is important to speak with an attorney as soon as possible if you are under investigation for either offense.

Economic Espionage Act violations

The Economic Espionage Act (EEA) is a federal law that prohibits the theft or misappropriation of trade secrets.

Violations of the EEA can result in both criminal and civil penalties, including prison time and fines.

Having dealt with EEA cases, our firm has the experience and knowledge you need to defend against these charges.

Bribery and Embezzlement

Bribery and embezzlement are two types of white-collar crimes that involve the misuse of funds or other assets for personal gain.

Bribery refers to the act of offering or accepting money or other items of value in exchange for influence or a favorable decision. On the other hand, embezzlement refers to taking money or other assets that have been entrusted to you for personal use.

We understand the serious nature of these offenses and will work tirelessly to protect your rights and interests.

  • Our Approach to White Collar Defense

You need an attorney who understands the complex nature of white-collar crime and the serious penalties you are facing.

Our process begins with a thorough review of the charges against you and an evaluation of the evidence. We will then work with you to develop a personalized defense strategy that is designed to get the best possible outcome in your case.

When you work with us, you can be confident that we will aggressively fight for your rights and interests at every stage of your case.

  • Call Us Today to Schedule a Free Consultation

Get ahead of your charges by contacting our office today to schedule a free consultation. We will take the time to answer your questions, address your concerns, and explain your legal options.

Call us today at 1 (800) 408-0985, email [email protected] or fill out our online contact form to get started.