White Collar Crime
Guilty ‘til Proven Innocent.
In high profile corruption, money laundering, fraud and financial services cases, the burden of proof in the Court of Public Opinion usually shifts to the accused. The Yates Memo, enacted in 2015 by former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, established a policy that required corporations to identify all individuals involved in any aspect of alleged misconduct in civil and criminal investigations. Since the policy was issued, corporate executives are increasingly being targeted and held accountable for alleged wrong doing.
Expert guidance in the direst of times
LEVICK has extensive experience representing individuals and businesses facing white-collar crime issues. Our multidisciplinary team of lawyers, former Justice Department officials, national security professionals, trained investigators, news reporters and communications experts has worked on hundreds of high profile criminal defense, Department of Justice, and white collar matters. From overall litigation commmunications strategy to traditional and social media and litigation websites to providing spokesperson training and preparation prior to Congressional testimony, LEVICK provides the steady, expert guidance you need in times of crisis
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