White Collar Crimes

White-collar crimes are fraud, bankruptcy fraud, bribery, insider trading, embezzlement, computer crime, medical crime, public corruption, identity theft, environmental crime, pension fund crime, RICO crimes, consumer fraud, occupational crime, securities fraud, financial fraud, and forgery.  White collar crimes are generally non-violent in nature and are commonly committed by individuals without a criminal history.  White collar crimes are all financially motivated and as a result, often take place in a business or corporate context.  Due to the large amount of money at stake in white collar crimes, many of these charges can result in heavy fines and long prison sentences.

For individuals facing a grand jury, agency and corporate investigations, as well as possible prosecution, The Blanch Law Firm is experienced in the inner workings and organization of Federal and New York law enforcement agencies.  As trial lawyers we are particularly skilled in handling high profile and highly publicized matters for well-known individuals conducted by the Department of Justice and the local U.S. Attorney’s offices, the IRS, the FBI, the SEC, the EPA, the Department of HHS, and the Commodities Futures Trading commission.

The Blanch Law Firm concentrates much of its practice on defending white collar crimes of all types.  So, if you have been charged with a white collar crime, contact the Blanch Law Firm immediately at 212-736-3900.