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Blog Posts in June, 2017

  • What is Government Contracting Fraud?

    || 19-Jun-2017

    Over the past several years the federal government has increased efforts to curb abuses in contracting activity. A main goal of this heightened oversight is to identify and prevent fraud. Contracting fraud is more than just the multi-million dollar schemes we read about in the news involving large corporations. Small companies that perform basic functions such as paper shredding or janitorial ...
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  • Under federal law, a bank and its officers and directors can face criminal charges for engaging in “unsafe and unsound banking practices.” Federal regulations do not define this ambiguous phrase which means agencies such as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and Federal Reserve Bank have broad discretion in bringing enforcement ...
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  • How Do I Fight Identity Theft Accusations?

    || 6-Jun-2017

    Identity theft continues to be one of the most common forms of property crime in America. The importance of safeguarding social security numbers, passwords, bank account information, and credit card statements is at an all-time high. Unfortunately sometimes innocent people find themselves on the wrong end of an identity theft accusation. Anyone who acquires another person’s personal ...
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