Why You Need an Attorney Experienced in White Collar Crime

December 20th, 2019

When you are accused of a crime, you want to know that you have the best legal representation that you can afford. It might be tempting to go with an inexpensive lawyer who handles general cases. This can be a mistake for several reasons. Here is why you need an attorney experienced in white collar… View Article

What Is White Collar Crime, and Who Is Affected?

December 10th, 2019

When you are accused of a crime, your only thought is probably to worry about the outcome. It is important to learn as much as you can about the crime of which you are being accused. White collar crime is very common, and it is not always a clear cut case. Most people think that… View Article

Corporations: Who Can Be Sued

November 20th, 2019

A corporation is a separate entity that stands alone. Typically, when a corporation is accused of wrongdoing, it is the corporation itself that is sued. Yet in some cases, other members of the corporation can be sued individually. Here’s what you need to know about who can be sued in these cases. Typical Lawsuits The… View Article

What Is a White Collar Crime, and What Lawyer Do You Need?

November 10th, 2019

Have you been accused of a white collar crime? What exactly does white collar crime mean, and what type of lawyer do you need for this type of case? Knowing the answers to these questions will help you navigate the system and get the best possible outcome for your case. White Collar Crime Defined The… View Article

Business Partnership Liability: What You Need to Know

October 20th, 2019

A general partnership is one of the most common types of small business, largely because it is so easy to set up. With a business partnership, you don’t have to worry about incorporation papers and other legal hurdles. However, you are trading these minor annoyances for something you might not be bargaining for—liability. Here’s what… View Article

Vicarious Liability: What It Is and How to Protect Yourself

October 10th, 2019

Can you be held liable for something that you didn’t actually do yourself? The answer, surprisingly, is yes. If you are an employer or otherwise responsible for another person and that person does something illegal or negligent, you could be held liable alongside them. This is called vicarious liability, and it could affect you and… View Article

Can an Owner of an LLC Be Sued for the LLC’s Actions?

September 20th, 2019

If you are the owner of an LLC that has been accused of unlawful actions, you might be worried about your personal financial status. Although the owner of an LLC doesn’t have the same personal responsibility that one might have with a sole proprietorship, there are still some situations in which the owner can be… View Article

What are the Penalties for Trademark Infringement?

September 10th, 2019

Trademark infringement is one of the lesser talked about white collar crimes, in part because the penalties for trademark infringement are almost nonexistent in the legal world. Still, it is important to understand trademark law, your rights, and how misusing or adopting a registered trademark can affect you personally as well as your business.  What… View Article

What Type of Attorney Do You Need?

August 20th, 2019

When you are facing any type of criminal charges, you should have an attorney working with you on your side to help you through the proceedings. While no lawyer can guarantee that you will not face consequences if you are proven guilty, working with an attorney gives you the best chance of coming through your… View Article

What to Do If You Are Accused of Securities Fraud

August 10th, 2019

Securities fraud is a type of white collar crime that involves the world of investments, primarily stocks, bonds, contracts, and notes. Securities such as these are regulated on both the state and federal levels with a number of regulations that must be followed. When someone ignores these regulations and makes a profit through theft, dishonesty,… View Article

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