Have you been charged with white collar offences?
As one of Melbourne’s leading criminal law firms, we have run some of the largest criminal trials in Victoria and have had experience and exposure to many corporate crime matters. Many firms seek advice from their own corporate lawyers, however, when matters are possibly headed to Courts, it is imperative to seek advice from criminal experts. We specialize in pre-investigation work and have performed this work with a number of Senior Q.C’s.
The key to successfully dealing with a criminal law matter is preparation and having a good strategy from the beginning.
We will work out what your goals are and how we can go about achieving them. Bill Doogue leads our corporate crime team. Call (03) 9670 5111 and speak to him today. He will meet with you and discuss with you if the services we provide can be of assistance to you.
The table below shows provides links to some informative pages of information on White Collar crime matters. This information may help you prepare for your case. Contact our lawyers in Melbourne to help you with your matter.
Clink on the links below to read further legal information regarding specific corporate crime charges:
- Accessibility of Records for Tax Department
- Additional Records for Taxation
- Consequences of failing to comply with section 260A
- Contaminating goods causing public alarm or economic loss
- Corporate criminal responsibility for offence against section 254
- Dealing With Property Suspected of Being Proceeds of Crime
- Destruction of evidence
- Directors must give information to company
- Failure of directors to call general meeting
- Failure of responsible entity to call meeting of the scheme’s members
- Failure to lodge documents
- False accounting
- False statements
- False statements by company directors
- Falsification of documents
- Falsifying or concealing identity
- Form of record – English language
- Frauds by officers
- Giving false or misleading information to tax officers
- Good faith, use of position and use of information
- Importing And Exporting Border Controlled Precursors
- Inclusion of false or misleading information in records
- Inducement to be appointed liquidator etc. of company
- Insider Trading
- Listed company – director to notify market operator of shareholdings etc.
- Material Personal Interest – Director’s Duty to Disclose
- Notice to ASIC of Share Cancellation
- Notice to ASIC of Share Issue
- Obstruction of Commissioner or an Authorised Officer
- Obtain Financial Advantage By Deception
- Obtaining Property By Deception
- Obtaining Property By Deception – Commonwealth
- Offences By Officers of Certain Companies
- Offences for Failure to Comply With Statutory Duties
- Offences for Failure to Comply With Statutory Duties By Guarantor
- Period of retention
- Requirement to Keep Proper Records
- Suppression of documents
- Tax evasion
- Theft – Commonwealth
- Unauthorised access to or modification of restricted data
- Unauthorised impairment of data held in computer disk, credit card or other device
- Unauthorised Impairment Of Electronic Communication (Commonwealth)
- Unauthorised Impairment of Electronic Communication (State)
- Unauthorised Modification of Data to Cause Impairment (Commonwealth)
- Unauthorised Modification of Data to Cause Impairment (State)
Can’t find the offence you’re looking for? Check out our alphabetised list of all the criminal offences on our site.