Defenses in White Collar, Business and Financial Crimes Cases

Corporate Obstruction Of Justice

Too often, individuals and corporations destroy evidence when they learn of an investigation or after they get a grand jury subpoena. Typically, correspondence, emails, texts (SMS), memos, documents, phone records, photographs, and travel records are destroyed and...
Defenses in White Collar, Business and Financial Crimes Cases

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...
Defenses in White Collar, Business and Financial Crimes Cases

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...
Defenses in White Collar, Business and Financial Crimes Cases

Retroactive Option Rights

All companies have a certain degree of discretion when it comes to determining when stock options will be granted. In most cases, the price of employee options will be dictated by the market price of the underlying share on the day it was granted. However, some...
Defenses in White Collar, Business and Financial Crimes Cases

Antitrust Violations

In the late 1800s, Congress passed the Sherman Antitrust Act which was intended to help reduce the dominance of certain markets by only a few companies. The law only applied to interstate commerce, so states quickly adopted their own antitrust laws. Florida was passed...

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