White-Collar Crime

What is white-collar crime?

White-collar crime refers to a wide range of non-violent offences in the business sector such as financial deceit and market manipulation. White-collar crime can occur in various acts such as money laundering, corporate fraud, and bribery.

What does white-collar crime cover?

Below are several forms of white-collar crime, if your case is not included below please complete the, ‘Free Enquiry Form’ and we will get in contact with you as soon as possible.

-Corporate fraud;
-Security fraud;
-Identity theft;
-Money laundering;;
-Tax evasion;
-Insider trading;
-Public corruption;
-Copyright infringement;
-Healthcare fraud;
-Mortgage fraud.

How we can help

At PA Duffy & Co Solicitors, we have reputable experience in advising clients who have been accused of white-collar crime. It is important to seek professional legal advice at the early stages of the investigation as the prosecutor will act on any errors made and this could prove to be crucial to the outcome of your case.

Why choose us?

We will support our clients throughout the process by offering them the advice they need. At PA Duffy & Co. Solicitors, we understand that facing accusation claims can be a worrying and emotionally challenging time, therefore we promise to offer our expertise with sensitivity and will try everything in our power to take as much burden off our client at this time. Complete our free enquiry form and a member of our criminal law team will contact you by offering their expertise.

White-Collar Crime was last modified: January 28th, 2022 by Conal McGarrity