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Confidentiality Considerations For You When Changing Jobs

Changing jobs is often not as easy as leaving one position and accepting another. Your old employer may have their own interests at play. They could have a legitimate interest…

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When Law Enforcement Shows Up at Your Office with a Search Warrant

When law enforcement shows up at your office with a search warrant, it is an extremely serious matter. They have already reached the point where they believe there is criminal…

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Founder Disputes: When Someone Suspects Misconduct by Their Founder

Navigating issues and disputes with founders can be difficult at any stage of business, especially when someone suspects a founder of their company of wrongdoing. What is founder misconduct, and…

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An Overview of How a Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Assist You

Few things command attention like federal offenses. Federal offenses are in a league of their own when compared to state-level charges, often reflecting alleged interstate crimes, cooperation between federal agencies,…

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Financial Regulatory Agencies in California

California is a heavily regulated state. There are over 200 agencies regulating everything from job licensure requirements and clean air standards to recycling requirements and political practices. A significant amount…

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Pretrial Detention in Federal Criminal Cases

After a criminal arrest, the court must decide whether the defendant should be held in jail until the charges are resolved, which is generally referred to as being “detained,” or…

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Common Errors in Internal Investigations

Businesses often find themselves facing a situation calling for an internal investigation of misconduct, fraud, or other wrongdoing.  The problems requiring an investigation vary broadly in subject matter and severity. …

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What to Do If Your Company is the Victim of Theft or Embezzlement

Few things are as shocking as learning that a trusted employee or business partner has been stealing from you. In addition to dealing with the financial loss, you must also…

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Do Insurance Policies Have a Duty to Defend When a Crime is Alleged Against a Director or Officer?

 When a business is sued, the business entity is usually covered by insurance that provides funds to defend the lawsuit and to pay a settlement or judgment.  Many times, however,…

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When Do I Hire a Forensic Accountant?

Many commercial disputes and fraud cases (whether civil or criminal) turn on financial documents.  For example, questions of liability may be unanswerable without a financial tracing of how funds were…

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