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What to do when your Professional License is at risk.

In Business Tips, Litigation & Lawsuits, White Collar Criminal Defense by Larry DonahueLeave a Comment

Its more than a simple customer compliant. Those who work under a professional license know that formal complaints means that one’s ability to sustain their livelihood may be at risk. It is the decisions and actions in the moments and hours after a complaint has been communicated that can determine whether a professional will be able to continue in their …

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When you think the corporate culture is fraud

In Business Tips, Fraud & Embezzelment, White Collar Criminal Defense by Kristy DonahueLeave a Comment

In the mid 1990’s I was diligently climbing the corporate ladder.  Having just graduated from college a couple years earlier, I was a bank branch manger for a regional bank.  I loved my employer.  It was a caring organization that operated in about half a dozen states.  They had taken a chance on a young kid and were further investing …

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Administrative Leave? Time to Call an Attorney

In Business Tips, Employment Law, Fraud & Embezzelment, White Collar Criminal Defense by Vanesa LewingerLeave a Comment

Administrative Leave is a common practice used by companies when they are investigating claims that are more severe or emotionally charged. The purpose of an Administrative Leave is to remove the accused party or parties from the workplace, ensuring the safety of the workforce and allowing for a thorough and untainted investigation to occur. The leave protects individuals who may …

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Complex Criminal Defense—Computer Crimes and Fraud

In Fraud & Embezzelment, White Collar Criminal Defense by Don KochersbergerLeave a Comment

New Mexico news headlines were recently riddled with references to a case involving Governor Martinez’ former campaign manager and a federal indictment for “computer intrusion and false statement charges” that stemmed from the “interception of wire communications intended for others.” The increased use of, access to, and sharing of information has been mirrored by the increase in cyber crimes and …