White Collar Crimes

Many employees, directors and senior executives who have never been in trouble with the law before may be the subject of an investigation or prosecution of a “white collar crime”. A conviction for a charge involving a substantial amount of money or Breach of Trust could involve incarceration. The experience can be overwhelming for you, that’s why we are here to help.

Areas of Expertise

Stuart Lein has years of experience in handling corporate crime cases and has specialized knowledge in defending clients against these types of charges. Examples of white collar crime include:

  1. Fraud
  2. Forgery
  3. Breach of Trust
  4. Embezzlement
  5. Money laundering
  6. Employee theft
  7. Insider Trading
  8. Money Laundering
  9. Telemarketing Fraud

These cases are often complex and technical when charges are laid after a long investigation involving specialized police and prosecutors. There may also be civil suits and proceedings for forfeiture of assets, etc.

Protecting Your Career And Reputation

Many of these investigations take time and you may be aware that you are under investigation before a charge is laid against you. If this is the case, it is important to protect yourself by contacting a Lawyer who is experienced in these matters.

We understand that protecting your reputation and career throughout this type of investigation is often as important as defending yourself against the criminal charges. Regardless of the circumstances, we are available to represent you through all of the stages of the investigation and prosecution of white collar offences.

Contact us today, if you suspect that you are being investigated or prosecuted for a white collar crime

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