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A Creative And Effective Corporate Criminal Defense Lawyer

The term corporate crime refers to crimes committed either by a corporation, which is a business entity that has a separate legal personality from the people who manage its activities, or by individuals who work for a corporation.

The Law Office of Ann Fitz can handle the complexities of corporate criminal charges and create a strong defense for your case. Attorney Ann Fitz has more than 15 years of federal court experience and a history of success for corporate clients. You can talk to Ms. Fitz in a consultation at the firm’s West Palm Beach or North Miami office by calling 561-264-2431.

An Experienced Representative For A Variety Of Alleged Corporate Crimes

Corporate crime often falls into the following categories of white-collar crime:

  • Fraud
  • Antitrust
  • Financial crimes
  • Campaign finance
  • Obstruction of justice
  • Bribery
  • Public corruption
  • Tax evasion

Each criminal charge holds significant convictions and sentences against people and corporations, and corporate crime investigations and prosecutions typically involve the following activities:

  • Falsification of financial information, including false accounting entries, bogus trades designed to inflate profit or hide losses, and fraudulent transactions designed to evade regulatory oversight
  • Self-dealing by corporate insiders, including insider trading, kickbacks, misuse of corporate property for personal gain, and individual tax violations related to self-dealing
  • Fraud related to an otherwise legitimately operated mutual or hedge fund, including late trading, certain market timing schemes, falsification of net asset values, and other fraudulent or abusive trading practices by, within or involving a mutual or hedge fund. Hedge funds can commit fraud through many methods, such as mail, wire, phone and the internet.
  • Obstruction of justice designed to hide criminal conduct, particularly when the obstruction impedes the inquiries of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), other regulatory agencies and law enforcement agencies

Protect Your Reputation As A Professional

Ann Fitz has successfully represented clients charged with corporate crimes in the greater Miami area. She can assist you if you are facing similar charges.

People who are charged with corporate crimes in the Southern District of Florida can call 561-264-2431 to schedule their consultation. The firm is also available by email.