White Collar Offenses and Regulatory Offenses

  • Wire fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Money Laundering
  • Structuring
  • Tax Evasion
  • Theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Environmental crimes

“White collar crime” generally refers to non-violent criminal offenses committed for a financial motive. Convictions for these types of offenses carry prison time, the potential for forfeiture of an offender’s assets, as well as heavy fines. Convictions of these types of offenses can bar a convicted individual from working in certain occupations.

Our firm has represented individuals and companies charged or being investigated for all manner of white collar offenses in federal and state courts. We have a network of established experts—including accountants, private investigators and appraisers— to assist in the evaluation and defense of these types of cases. Additionally, attorneys from our business and transaction practice groups often assist in researching and developing responses to these types of investigations or charges.  If you are charged or being investigated for a financial or similar “white collar” criminal offense, please contact our firm to discuss your case.