White Collar Crimes


White-collar crimes are complex charges that require a sophisticated defense. If you are charged with a financial or other white-collar crime, it may be the first time you have been arrested. If you are being investigated, but have not been charged, you are wise to retain counsel during the investigation phase. Many times in financial or white-collar crime cases, the federal government performs its investigation well in advance of its decision to charge an individual with a crime. For this and other reasons, retaining an attorney as soon as possible affords you a chance to limit the severity of the charges or prevent them altogether. It is better to avoid being charged than to be successfully defended a case at trial.



Bank Fraud

Insurance Fraud

Healthcare Fraud

Medicare Fraud

Medicaid Fraud

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Money Laundering


Identity Theft

Social Security Fraud


Defending financial or white-collar cases requires a professional network of experts in all fields to ensure that a proper investigation is conducted to make certain that all relevant facts are discovered. I have the necessary understanding and experience to prepare and properly present those facts at a settlement negotiation or before a jury. Please call 216.225.9181, Email, or use the contact form to schedule an initial consultation.