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Bank Fraud Defense Attorney

Banks and other financial institutions are heavily regulated by the U.S. government. Defrauding a bank or financial institution is a serious federal offense with significant potential consequences. Federal bank fraud cases are prosecuted under 18 U.S.C. 1344, which states that...Read More

What You Should Do When Your Company is the Subject of a Lawsuit

If your company receives notice that it has been named in a lawsuit, it can be an unnerving experience. Although never an ideal situation, defending a lawsuit is often an inevitable occurrence for most companies. The steps your company takes...Read More

How to Protect Your Business from Litigation

Running a business is difficult—you’re required to make strategic decisions every day that impact your company’s operation, profitability, and public image. Though not usually on the forefront of your mind, these strategic decisions must take into account how you can...Read More

Defense of Charges Under the Defense Production Act

Recently, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we have been testimonies of a new situation where new frauds and new laws have been announced. On March 18th, the President of the United States, Donald Trump has issued an Executive Order allowing...Read More

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Laboratory Testing Fraud

The new Coronavirus outbreak is having a huge impact on everyone’s lives, throughout the world. Apart from changes in the lifestyle, in economics, and the introduction of new norms, the novel COVID-19 pandemic is also affecting the way many people...Read More

What Does it Take for a Force Majeure Clause to Be Effective During the COVID-19 Outbreak?

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was unforeseeable, and this fact has presented numerous challenges for companies worldwide. Learn what you need to know if your company needs to invoke a force majeure clause in order to avoid liability for contractual...Read More

10 Key Facts about Being Served with a Federal Grand Jury Subpoena

The U.S. Attorney’s Office has broad power to use the federal grand jury process for investigative purposes. As stated by the U.S. Supreme Court in United States v. Morton Salt Co. (1950), the grand jury “can investigate merely on suspicion...Read More

Addiction Clinic Owners Need to Be Aware of the Risks of Tricare Non-Compliance

For addiction clinics that serve military officers, enlisted personnel, veterans, and their families, maintaining compliance with the stringent Tricare billing regulations is of utmost importance. Intentional and unintentional billing violations can lead to allegations of Tricare fraud; and, under the...Read More

What Happens After You Receive a Federal Grand Jury Subpoena?

You have been served with a federal grand jury subpoena. What happens now? Whether you are being subpoenaed to testify, produce records, or both, responding to a federal grand jury subpoena requires extreme caution and careful attention to detail. Not...Read More

Defending Against U.S. Postal Inspection Service Investigations Under 39 U.S.C. § 3001

Use of the United States Postal Service (USPS) to deliver communications and shipments is subject to a bevy of rules and regulations. While these rules and regulations come from a variety of different sources, one of the primary sources of...Read More