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Category: White Collar Crimes

Insurance Fraud: Charges, Penalties & Defense

Gavel on book - Insurance fraud attorney David J. Kramer

Are you or is a loved one being investigated for insurance fraud in Michigan? In Michigan, if you have made a substantial insurance claim related to an automobile accident, you may be subject to private investigation by your insurance company.

Insider Trading: Charges, Penalties & Defense

In the 1987 movie Wall Street, the character Gordon Gekko famously says “greed…is good.” If you’ve seen this movie you know it’s one of the most famous fictional stories of insider trading. Insider trading is one of the most vigorously

Government Fraud: Charges, Penalties, & Defense

Have you or has someone you know been charged with government fraud?

Mortgage Fraud: Charges, Penalties & Defense

Are you or is a loved one facing charges or under investigation for mortgage fraud?

Financial Institution Fraud: Charges, Penalties & Defense

More and more people these days can identify with the sick feeling in the pit of your stomach when you realize there are several big charges to your credit card you didn’t make. That is when you discover you have

Environmental Law Violations: Charges, Penalties & Defense

There is a reason some crimes are classified as white collar crimes. It’s because most of these crimes, although they are on the books as crimes, are perpetrated by big companies. They come about as a result of decisions made

Economic Espionage and Trade Secret Theft: Charges, Penalties & Defense

If you follow U.S. news at all, you know that we have been engaged for months in a trade war with China. Not only are United States courts successfully prosecuting Chinese companies over the theft of microchips developed in Idaho.

Red-Collar Crime: The Darkness Behind White-Collar Crime

White-collar crime is usually not violent. The FBI classifies white-collar crimes as ones that primarily financially motivated. What about when a white-collar crime is committed, and the criminal turns out to be very violent? Sometimes, white-collar crime is a precursor

Basketball Coaches Charged: The New White Collar Criminals?

The U.S. Justice Department has arrested ten men. The group includes four college basketball coaches and one global marketing director for Adidas basketball. What was their crime? The charges involve “the dark underbelly of college basketball.”

Habits of Highly Successful White-Collar Criminals

In a fascinating piece written for The Atlantic, Eugene Soltes writes about his experience interviewing 50 white-collar criminals for his new book Why They Do It: Inside the Mind of the White-Collar Criminal.