Mismanagement of Hazardous or Toxic Substances

Non-Certified Corporate Reports

Federal law requires public corporations to keep extensive and accurate records of their financial transactions. Businesses that do not meet these requirements may be required to pay fines of up to $ 1,000,000, and corporate officials could be sentenced to up to ten...
Mismanagement of Hazardous or Toxic Substances

Exorbitant Credit Extensions

Under federal law, lenders are specifically prohibited from making exorbitant credit extensions. In fact, even conspiring to do so is penalized with up to 20 years in prison and a substantial fine, so if you are being investigated for doing an exorbitant credit...
Mismanagement of Hazardous or Toxic Substances

Sale of Sexual Assault Drug

Even though most people know that selling, manufacturing, and distributing controlled substances without authorization is a violation of federal law, many do not know that the sale of drugs for sexual assault is also specifically prohibited by federal law. Conviction...
Mismanagement of Hazardous or Toxic Substances

Negligence or Tax Fraud

While most people associate economic crime with embezzlement or the use of inside information, in reality some of the most common offenses involve tax fraud. Unfortunately, it is not that difficult to commit tax fraud unintentionally, which can lead to prosecution for...

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