Are You Afraid of Being Prosecuted for International Business or Financial Crime in the United States?
While legal issues are bound to crop up in the running of an international organization, criminal actions like money laundering, fraud, tax evasion, and embezzlement are likely to land your company in hot water.
You may not be the one carrying out the crime, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be held responsible for it when the time comes for charges to be filed.
If your business is in trouble due to yours or an irresponsible employee’s actions, do not hesitate a moment longer to get in touch with an international law firm such as ourselves.
Laws may differ across the globe, but in the United States, financial and corporate crimes are taken very seriously and may land you in federal prison if you are not lucky.
Do not jeopardize your reputation by choosing the service of a lower-tier law firm–our team of highly knowledgeable attorneys is here to ensure that you receive a positive outcome in this legal battle and are not accused of any further white collar crimes.
What You Need To Know About Financial Crime
Financial and corporate crimes compose two major branches of white collar crimes. Sometimes interrelated, financial and corporate crime are nonetheless some of the most complex types of laws to understand.
- Financial crimes are any crime that involves the illegal transacting of money, such as fraud, money laundering, and otherThese are typically overseen by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network in the United States.
- Corporate crimes include crimes committed by an organization or by a person representing a business, and while corporate crimes can be financial, they do not have to be.
Financial crimes are not just the purview of crooked businessmen–at times, money laundering and other illegal money-related activities can be used to sponsor terrorists or even drug cartels. While most of our clients are dealing with much less serious cases, we know how to handle charges that are just as impactful as money laundering for a terrorist organization can be.
Here are a few types of financial and corporate crimes that we handle.
- Money laundering
- Tax evasion
- Cryptocurrency fraud
- IP and patent theft
This is by no means a complete list of our financial crime specifications, so please contact us for more information.
How We Can Help
Even if you haven’t actually committed a crime, being involved in financial or corporate crime investigations can happen for a variety of reasons. But if you do not act quickly an investigation may quickly become criminal charges and this may have a ripple effect on the rest of your life–but we can help.
No matter where you are in the process, from the first inkling of an investigation to formal charges being pressed, we are here to help. Being charged with a financial crime can be a huge burden, but we can make the entire process a piece of cake.
With our team of fully trained and capable lawyers, we can provide you with all the legal expertise you will ever need, wherever you are. We are experts in US-specific cases to make things easier for our international clients.
The many services we provide include:
- Top of the line counsel and representation of clients by skilled attorneys for international financial and corporate crime
- Advice and help to deal with authorities in the USA and internationally
- Advice and representation for court proceedings
- Expert lawyers to guide you along the way
If you believe you are under scrutiny for anything related to international corporate and financial crime, give us a call now. The sooner the better is our motto.
Our vast portfolio demonstrates how we’ve helped various clients who were in similar situations and assisted them through the toughest of proceedings. Don’t wait too long to get in touch with us and let us assist you in better handling all your financial and corporate-related legal issues.
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