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White Collar Criminal Defense

Tax Evasion

In the majority of situations where the IRS audits your return, the IRS is primarily interested in collecting interest, penalties and taxes owed. However, in the event that they suspect that you have committed a tax crime by improperly representing your financial situation, you may also be facing criminal consequences. Hiring a criminal defense tax attorney is the best way to protect your interests.

Financial Crimes

There are several different types of financial crimes that could also be classified under the heading of white collar crimes. The public’s knowledge of financial crimes as a result of multiple media cases has only increased the pressure for legal authorities to take action. For this reason, relevant agencies and individuals are pursuing these cases zealously. These financial crimes can include money laundering, mortgage fraud, bribery, computer fraud, embezzlement, racketeering, or financial card theft and fraud. Consulting with an attorney is the best way to protect your rights.

Securities Fraud

There are many different individuals who could be charged with securities fraud including business executives, investment club organizers, company employees, and investment brokers. If you have been accused of violating securities laws, you need an attorney who can help protect your interests.

Bank Fraud Defense

In order to be convicted of bank fraud, an accused individual must have engaged in a fraudulent scheme and have knowingly done so with the intention of defrauding and in a situation where the financial institution involved was insured by the federal deposit insurance corporation. Bank fraud violations and other white collar financial crimes can be severely punished with substantial fines and lengthy prison sentences. Consulting with a criminal defense attorney is critical for your future.

Civil Litigation

Legal Malpractice

When you are accused of legal malpractice, this is a serious matter that can result in numerous consequences for your professional life as well as your reputation. Retaining an attorney to represent you and your interests as soon as possible is essential. It is the best way to guard against negative ramifications on your future.

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice suits are increasingly common around the United States and these can occur anytime in which a physician or medical facility fails to provide the appropriate standard of care to a patient. The most common types of medical malpractice suits involve prescription errors, surgical mistakes, failure to diagnose and failure to treat.

Personal Injury

Personal injury cases may be initiated anytime that one individual feels that he or she has sustained injuries as a result of recklessness or negligence on the part of another person. Personal injury cases may lead to an injured victim receiving compensation for his or her injuries.

Wrongful Death

When the negligence or recklessness of another individual leads to the unexpected death of a loved one, surviving family members may be eligible to file a wrongful death lawsuit in pursuit of compensation for their pain, suffering, and other expenses. Consulting with a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible is the best way to determine whether you’ve met the grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit.

Products Liability

Unfortunately, there are far too many products that make their way to stores and shelves despite the fact that they are dangerous or improperly labelled. If you have used a defective product that has left you with injuries and pain, you need to consult with a products liability attorney. A products liability attorney can help you pursue a potential legal claim against the responsible individuals including the designer or manufacturer.

Business Litigation


Defamation refers to words and statements that impugn the reputation of another person. Issues of defamation can be difficult to litigate, given the right to free speech in the United States. That being said, defamation often goes beyond a single simple argument or opinion and an experienced attorney can help you determine your next steps. In order for defamation to have occurred, the false and hurtful statements must have been published and read or heard by parties other than the individual making the statement.

Employment Lawyer

Employment law refers to the duties and rights between employers and employees. It may also be referred to as labor law. The primary purpose of labor law is to keep employees safe and ensure that they are treated fairly and appropriately. However, laws are also in place to reflect the employer’s interests. A particular employment relationship may also be governed by a contract. The majority of employment disputes that lead to litigation are a result of wage and hour violations or discrimination in the workplace. If either of these situations applies to your case, you need to consult with an employment lawyer.

Contract Lawyer

Contracts are the specific agreements between individuals doing business with one another. In any event that a dispute arises, this can lead to costly litigation and frustration on one or both sides. Having an experienced contract attorney to work with you in the event that an argument arises can be extremely beneficial. Your contracts should be evaluated regularly to ensure that they are protecting your best interests but you may also need an attorney to represent you if a contract dispute does arise.

Business Divorce

Business divorce refers to a broad range of cases in which a dispute has arisen including a partnership, a limited liability company or a corporation. When disputes happen among co-owners of privately owned companies, litigation can be the result. Hiring an experienced business divorce attorney is the best way to protect your interests and ensure that you have an advocate on your side.

Intellectual Property

An intellectual property attorney can help with all aspects of intellectual property law including legal opinions on patent ability, patent prosecution and preparation, patent infringement and validity, and freedom to operate. In the complex world of intellectual property management, you need a knowledgeable attorney who can help you from start to finish.