Business Fraud

Need a Business Fraud Attorney to Protect Your Reputation?

Being accused of business or corporate fraud allegations can be a life-changing experience that destroys reputations. Legitimate careers, business relationships, and families have been detonated by just the act of being accused of business or corporate fraud.

This highly complicated aspect of the law requires a highly knowledgeable business fraud attorney to give you the best possible outcome. A proper defense will lead to a successful trial or a reduced sentence. Your reputation is on the line, don’t let this be the anchor that drags down your ship.

Whether accusations of fraud are just beginning to form, you have just received a grand jury subpoena, a search warrant has been served, or you have already been indicted, masterful business fraud Attorney, Michael Marley, will handle all aspects of the proceedings against you. He is adamant about his client’s constitutional rights, his innocent until-proven mentality, and he vigorously challenges any evidence obtained by the government.

Attorney Michael Marley of Marley Law Firm is serious in his stance to get you the results you need. Marley is known for the aggressive, zealous representation of his clients at every stage of the case. For a free consultation, simply fill out a form on our Contact Page or call us at (949) 726-6000.

The Variety of Business Fraud Cases

Too many defendants find themselves immediately wanting to negotiate a settlement. Don’t let the government’s often inflated charges strike fear to your core. Marley Law believes that an aggressive response challenging the government’s allegations can ultimately prove far more beneficial to the ultimate outcome. The following list is the most common business fraud cases

  • “Cooked Books” and fraudulent accounting and bookkeeping practices
  • Misrepresentation of business value, concealment of debts, undervaluing or overvaluing of assets
  • Embezzlement
  • Fraudulent transfer of business assets
  • Use of business funds, assets, and opportunities for personal use
  • Theft of employees, clients, trade secrets, and patents
  • Predatory or fraudulent lending practices
  • Misuse of retirement, pension, or other employee benefit funds
  • Falsification of financial statements, tax returns, and other records
  • Self-dealing and misappropriation of assets by business officers and managers
  • Fraudulent creation of or fictitious sales and receipts

Disclaimer: The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute an attorney-client relationship.

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