White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crimes

What is White Collar Crime? White collar crime refers to those offenses that are designed to produce financial gain using some form of deception. This type of crime is usually committed by people in the business world who, as a result of their job position, are able to gain access to large amounts of other…

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Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation

Financial support system established under law to provide income, medical care, and rehabilitation to employees for illness, injury, or death arising out of, and in the course of, their employment whether or not the employee was at fault. These benefits are claimed by the employees (or their dependent) as a matter of right and the employer cannot resort to any legal defence. Amount paid as compensation is based on the salary of the employee (also on the number of his or her dependent in some…

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Real Estate

Real Estate

Mortgage fraud is a growing crime in New York City, her suburbs and throughout the entire state. Assistant District Attorneys aggressively prosecute Residential Mortgage Fraud, judges are often unsympathetic to those who perpetrate Residential Mortgage Fraud and New York criminal lawyers must remain vigilant and creative in their defence of clients accused of Residential Mortgage…

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Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy

What is Bankruptcy? Bankruptcy allows individuals, couples, and businesses that cannot meet their financial obligations to be excused from repaying some or all of their debt. Bankruptcy has been in existence since ancient times. In the United States, the rules and procedures for filing bankruptcy are governed by federal law. States are prohibited from legislating…

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