Corporate Fraud

Boston Corporate Fraud Attorney

Corporate fraud is a complex issue that branches out into many different acts of large-scale fraud committed by an individual or company with the purpose of illegally benefiting financially.

At Janet, Janet & Suggs, our Boston corporate fraud attorneys are experienced in filing whistleblower claims in Boston concerning corporate fraud and will dedicate themselves toward bringing corrupt companies to justice. Through a free, no obligation consultation we will review your claim and discuss if you have grounds for a legal case. We work on a contingency fee basis and will not charge you unless you receive compensation or a fair outcome.

To begin your free consultation, call 1-877-692-3862 or fill out a Free Case Evaluation form.

Types of Corporate Fraud

Corporatefraud is often the result of business practices that encourage overstating profits and concealing debt, which increases the company’s stock. The most common forms of corporate fraud include:

  • Misuse of accounts
  • Tax evasion
  • Overstating profits
  • Corporate theft
  • Payroll fraud
  • Financial accounting misstatements
  • False employment credentials
  • Insider trading

Identifying and reporting fraud within a business or corporation is important to preserving the nation’s financial institutions and consumer relationships. Those who commit crimes of fraud within or against a corporation often go unnoticed for years while lying and accumulating millions, or even billions, of dollars.

Our Boston corporate fraud attorneys are experienced in all forms of fraud and have helped whistleblowers in the past by reporting acts of large-scale corporate fraud and corruption. By contacting us, you are taking the first step toward justice.

Call 1-877-692-3862 for a free, confidential consultation.

Reporting Fraud

There are systems designed to protect those who alert authorities to an act of fraud within a corporation. In order to successfully report an act of fraud, you must have evidence that proves your claim without a doubt that an individual or corporation has committed an act with intent to defraud.

In order to prove that corporate fraud has occurred, you must provide evidence that shows the following:

  • The corporation made a claim that was said to represent a fact.
  • The corporation’s representation of fact was untrue.
  • Those who made the claim knew that the fact was untrue, or that that the corporation made its representation of fact with reckless disregard for its truth.
  • The corporation made its representation of fact in an effort to convince others to act in reliance on said representation.
  • Those who relied on the corporation’s claim suffered damages as a direct result of placing trust in the corporation.

In Massachusetts, Chapter 93A is a powerful legal tool that allows the Attorney General to take action against businesses engaging in unfair or deceptive activities, such as corporate fraud, against consumers. In order to file a Chapter 93A claim, you must do the following steps:

  • Send a demand letter to the offending business at least 30 days before filing a court action.
  • The letter must identify yourself, describe the unfair or deceptive act or practice you believe is at issue, and identify the damages you suffered.
  • The business then has 30 days to provide a prompt and fair settlement of your claim before you are allowed to take legal action against it.

When filing an IRS whistleblower claim to report fraud, it is vital that you hire an attorney who is experienced in holding companies accountable for illegal practices. Our Boston corporate fraud attorneys will guide you through the process and provide any necessary assistance.

Fill out a Free Case Evaluation form to begin.

Contact Our Boston Corporate Fraud Attorneys

Corporate fraud has an overwhelming effect on consumer behavior and financial institutions, such as the stock market and the U.S. economy. Whether the company that committed fraud is a small, local business or a corporate giant, like Enron, the financial stability and job security of innocent victims is jeopardized.

If you have been defrauded by a corporation or wish to report a current act of fraud, contact one of our attorneys. The corporate fraud attorneys at Janet, Janet & Suggs are dedicate to fighting for the rights of those who have been taken advantage of for the monetary benefit of others. We will dedicate the entirety of our resources to proving your claim and help you gain the compensation you need to recover.

Contact us 1-877-692-3862 to schedule a free, confidential consultation.

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