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Corporate Fraud 

Few things can destroy business relationships like corporate fraud. Fraud essentially points to an absence of good faith, and good faith is absolutely necessary in business dealings.

We protect our business clients from fraud and help make them whole if they become the victims of fraudulent activity. We also defend companies and individuals accused of engaging in corporate fraud.

Generally, fraud occurs when a party lies, conceals or misrepresents material facts for some sort of gain, most often financial. However, financial gain is not the only reason fraud occurs. Many in the corporate world engage in fraud to escape criminal liability or for reasons connected to their reputation.

Regardless of the reason, if your business is dealing with a fraud allegation or has been the victim of any of the following types of corporate fraud, you need to hire an experienced attorney to represent you.

Accounting Fraud

Accounting fraud, sometimes referred to as “cooking the books,” is a common form of fraud in the corporate world. It deals with the manipulation of accounting records for the purpose of covering up unlawful activity, including embezzlement, fictitious sales and outright theft.

Vendor Fraud

Vendor fraud occurs when a business takes harmful actions to deceive purchasers, such as overbilling or double-billing for products and services.

Payroll Fraud

Manipulating payroll accounts is one of the most common types of fraud committed in the corporate world. Management might tamper with hours or invent bogus employees to collect undeserved paychecks. On the employee side, fraud can occur through the misrepresentation of hours worked.

Asset Theft and Misappropriation

Corruption is a dangerous form of fraud that can destroy a business’s reputation and profitability. It typically involves one party offering a government official or outsider money or some sort of financial benefit in exchange for preferential treatment.

Corruption

Corruption is a dangerous form of fraud that can destroy a business’s reputation and profitability. It typically involves one party offering a government official or outsider money or some sort of financial benefit in exchange for preferential treatment.

Fraudulent Transfer Cases

Fraudulent transfer cases deal with a party that transfers assets to another for the purpose of avoiding debts. Our attorneys are adept at tracking down assets and uncovering fraudulent transfers. When handling these cases, we work with some of the top forensic accountants in the business.

Our firm has seasoned litigators ready to fight to protect you from fraud and help you recoup what is rightfully yours. Our track record of success demonstrates our willingness and ability to advocate for your company’s best interests.

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