White Collar Crimes

The white collar crimes are committed every day around the world. In most cases these crimes are especially difficult to prosecute because the perpetrators use
sophisticated means to conceal their activities through a series of complex transactions. The most common white-collar crimes include: antitrust violations,
computer and internet fraud, credit card fraud, phone and telemarketing fraud, bankruptcy fraud, healthcare fraud, environmental law violations, insurance fraud,
mail fraud, government fraud, tax evasion, financial fraud, securities fraud, insider trading, bribery, kickbacks, counterfeiting, public corruption,
money laundering, embezzlement, economic espionage and trade secret theft. The firm has panel of lawyers who have expertise to deal specifically with matters
relating to white color crime