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Blog Posts in April, 2017

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  • Can a Corporation be Held Liable for the Actions of its Employees?
    Can a Corporation be Held Liable for the Actions of its Employees?

    When an employee commits fraud or a white collar crime, he or she is not the only one who can be held accountable in court. This is because in certain cases, the person’s employer can also be held ...

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  • Falsifying Official Records
    Falsifying Official Records

    In Florida, those who fulfill certain duties and responsibilities must comply with specific rules regarding their conduct. For instance, a public officer who alters a work-related record can be ...

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  • The Consequences of a Bribery Conviction
    The Consequences of a Bribery Conviction

    In Florida, it is a crime to offer or receive bribes from certain individuals. Those who are convicted of this offense face jail time, heavy fines, and damage to their reputations, which makes it ...

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  • Federal Assault Charges
    Federal Assault Charges

    While some people may be aware that they can be tried in state court for assault, few know that assault can also qualify as a federal offense. The penalties for a federal criminal offense tend to be ...

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  • Workers' Compensation Fraud
    Workers' Compensation Fraud

    In Florida, when an employee is injured while on the job, he or she will most likely be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, regardless of who was at fault. Because it plays such an important ...

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  • Theft of Federal Property
    Theft of Federal Property

    In addition to being against Florida law, theft can also qualify as a federal offense. This can have significant repercussions for defendants because federal courts tend to issue more severe sentences ...

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