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An accusation or charge of white collar crime, even if the defendant is ultimately exonerated, can be devastating to a firm's reputation, revenue and long-standing relationships with other businesses. Once a company's image and good name is ruined by allegations of business misconduct, it is difficult to recover and regain the confidence of clients and customers. The same is true for an employee that is charged with illegal business practices.
White Collar Crime: A Definition
The term "white collar crime" describes non-violent crimes committed in the workplace by professionals for personal financial gain. When a business person perpetrates a white collar crime, he or she uses some form of fraud or deception to acquire funds or property.
White collar crimes may be prosecuted at the state or federal level, depending upon the crime that the defendant has been charged with. If an individual is convicted of committing a white collar crime, or business crime, the punishment may include monetary fines, a prison sentence, or house arrest. These enormous penalties can take away your personal freedom and can often destroy your reputation as a respected business person.
At Parlow & Lang, LLC, our attorneys can help you defend charges of white collar crime in Pennsylvania and federal courts. Our firm has the resources, the experience and skills to handle large, complex cases involving Government agencies, financial transactions, and extensive assets. We can help you protect your constitutional rights.
We provide our clients with the high quality service and aggressive representation they deserve. Our attorneys have handled many types of white collar crime, including:
- Bank fraud
- Bankruptcy fraud
- Copyright infringement
- Healthcare fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Internet crimes
- Mail fraud
- Medicaid fraud
- Money laundering
- Securities fraud
- Title IV fraud
- RICO violations
- Wire fraud
Protecting Your Professional Reputation
As a professional, you have worked many years to make your company or professional practice a success in Philadelphia, Bucks County or Montgomery County in Pennsylvania. You should not have to risk losing all that you have achieved because of an accusation of white collar crime. At Parlow & Lang, we want to help you clear your good name and resume your career as soon as possible. Our attorneys have the experience to help you take on the prosecution.
To arrange a free confidential consultation with an experienced white collar crime defense lawyer and to receive specific legal advice on how our firm would defend you in your white collar crime case, please call us for a free, no obligation criminal defense legal consultation. All calls are strictly confidential. Please call us at (215) 639-4400.
DUI criminal case
Attorney was very helpful . Highly recommended . and affordable . In almost all DUI cases you loose you drivers License which would of affected my life tremendously. Since my Job is driving he fought to keep my driving privilege and in turn keep my job. Can't thank him enough. Complete and caring attorney. Thank you again .
Last year I made a stupid mistake and got into serious trouble. My father contracted Mr. Parlow’s services. Suffice it to say I was seriously impressed by Mr. Parlow’s litigation skills. I had seen plenty of public defenders and other private attorneys while I awaited my chance before a judge, and none of them (with all due respect) could hold a candle to him. In closing, I will suffice it to say that if you need true and professional legal defense, and your very freedom and way of life hangs in the balance; Michael Parlow is the man you want in your corner when the odds seem daunting.
Fighter and Problem Solver
Paul was excellent and looked at the whole case from every angle. He was able to get outrageous charges lowered to next to nothing and fines thrown out. He feels for you on your case like it’s himself getting put through the ringer. Very personable and down to earth. Definitely the man you want fighting for you and with you.