WHITE COLLAR CRIMES

AREAS INCLUDE

Accounting fraud

Aiding and Abetting

Appeals and Writs

Asset Forfeiture

Bank Fraud

Bankruptcy Fraud

Blackmail

Bribery

Child Pornography

Computer Hacking

Conspiracy

Copyright Infringement

Counterfeiting

Credit Card Fraud

Currency Violations

Embezzlement

Environmental Crimes

Extortion

Forgery

Grand Jury Investigations

Healthcare fraud

Import and Export Crimes

Insider Trading

Insurance Fraud

Investment Fraud

Kickbacks

Loan Fraud

Mail Fraud

Medical Board Accusations/Hearings

Medicare Fraud

Money-Laundering

Mortgage Fraud

Obstruction of Justice

Perjury

Pre-Indictment Investigations

Prescription Fraud

Procurement Fraud

Public Corruption

Real Estate Fraud

RICO/Racketeering

Securities Fraud

Tax Fraud

Wire Fraud

Witness Tampering

White collar crime cases are rarely simple. Usually, they are mazes of financial documents, business decisions, electronic records and more. Our experienced attorneys know how to navigate through these mazes. More importantly, we know how to build strong cases dedicated to getting positive results for people like you. That’s why Los Angeles Magazine chose to include Mark Werksman on a list of the area’s top white collar criminal defense attorneys.

You’re a professional. Being charged with a white collar crime does not simply mean you are threatened with jail time or fines. If convicted, your career could be ruined.

Our lawyers know how serious these matters are. We investigate every detail, frequently enlisting skilled investigators, such as ex-IRS agents, FBI agents, ex-postal investigators and former Los Angeles prosecutors. With the use of state-of-the-art technology, we are able to scan in and analyze thousands of pages of business and bank records in an amazingly short period of time.

A successful criminal defense strategy often requires finding a needle in a haystack. We have a strong record of finding them. We have a strong record of success.

At the firm Werksman Jackson Hathaway & Quinn LLP, we understand how easily white collar crime charges can arise. We have seen them appear as the result of an honest financial mistake, of poor business agreements or simply because of false accusations.