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White Collar

Insider trading. Fraud. Ponzi schemes. FCPA violations. Perjury. For companies today, it gets harder and harder to draw a clear line between the crimes of a renegade individual and the complicity or negligence of the corporate entity. Meanwhile, public perceptions directly influence prosecutorial decisions (as well as stock price, rating agency reviews, employee morale, and potential activist investors), especially when the public is intensely distrustful of corporations writ large.

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What we do

LEVICK’S White Collar Team works with those under the microscope during high-profile civil and criminal matters to drive a positive narrative, stop playing defense, and tell the story you want told. In other cases, the team works with companies, serving its best interests when employees or executives run afoul of the law. We work seamlessly with legal counsel, auditors, and others to exonerate the organization in court and among its critical stakeholders. And we work closely with Boards of Directors to ensure that they seize the opportunity to communicate in times of crisis – and focus on an enterprise-wide solution.

In today’s environment, all companies are at risk and an “it can’t happen here” attitude is improvident.  With public trust of companies and corporate leaders at an all-time low, deploying proactive communications is simply good business.

LEVICK’s White Collar Team is suited up to defend your corporate reputation in cases such as:

  • False Claims Act cases
  • Money Laundering
  • Bankruptcy Fraud
  • Corporate Fraud
  • Financial Institution Failure
  • Health Care Fraud
  • Hedge Fund Fraud
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Investment Fraud
  • Market Manipulation
  • Mass Marketing Fraud
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Piracy
  • Intellectual Property Theft
  • Securities & Commodities Fraud
  • Obstruction of Justice

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