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Corporate Investigations + White Collar Crime

Effective investigations or prosecutions require not only knowledge of criminal activities, but experience with the offices and agencies that enforce the laws.

Buckley King has extraordinary experience representing federal contractors, state and national banks and other financial services institutions, insurance companies, corporations, executives and victims of corporate crimes in courts and in state and federal grand jury investigations involving:

  • Breach of Fiduciary Duties
  • BSA
  • Civil Conspiracy
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Embezzlement
  • Financial Anti-Terrorist Act
  • FinCEN
  • Fraud
  • Fraudulent Transfers
  • Lender Liability Claims
  • Money Laundering
  • Patriot Act
  • RICO
  • SARS
  • UCC Matters
  • Wire Fraud

in lead roles or in tandem

Often as lead counsel, we have handled matters involving criminal conduct, employee dishonesty, embezzlement, theft, forgery, Ponzi-schemes, and numerous other types of corrupt activities, misconduct and illegal enterprises concerning corporate property, intellectual property, money-laundering, fraud, banking crimes, and scams that have ranged from hundreds of thousands of dollars to more than $500 million.

Our attorneys work in coordination with senior executives, boards of directors, security officers, local and federal law enforcement and prosecutors, as well as federal agencies, often in lead roles or in tandem with law enforcement, and on the eventual civil litigation arising from fraudulent or illegal conduct.

crisis management

For both corporate and individual clients, a key concern to any governmental inquiry is managing the reputational effects. We understand that a favorable outcome means vindication not only in the court of law but also in the court of public opinion. We work with public relations specialists and/or directly with the media, at a client's request, to minimize harmful publicity or to level the playing field of public opinion.