Arizona Business And Commercial Fraud Lawyer
Business and commercial fraud happens frequently and, while an individual or business may not be caught immediately, they are always caught. One example of business fraud is when one company takes an action that disrupts the ability to conduct business. This can make it unreasonably difficult to compete in a very competitive marketplace. If this happens, then there may be cause for legal action.
These are very complex cases that can be difficult to prove. However, an experienced and knowledgeable Phoenix business and commercial fraud lawyer can make all the difference for you by protecting your interests. It is imperative that clients are aggressively represented. This is done through the development of strategies and tactics that can be used to show the facts. If you’ve been accused of fraud in Phoenix, Mesa, Glendale, Scottsdale or the surrounding area it is important to give Myles A. Schneider & Associates a call before talking to the police.
If Accused Of Fraud
If your business has been accused of fraud, it is best that you begin gathering up all documentation related to the claim. Many cases involve misrepresentations in business transactions, price fixing, collusion, and anti-competitiveness. In other words, many times it is all just a misunderstanding and it is important to point out that misunderstanding so that everyone can get on with business and put the matter behind them.
If the matter makes it to court, we are able to litigate and negotiate the matters so that we can be efficient and proactive in creating compelling arguments that support and defend you.
Forms Of Business Fraud
Business and commercial fraud can take a number of forms. They include:
- Making false promises so that a business will sign a contract
- Agreeing to contract when there is no intention to fulfill the obligations of that contract
- Concealing defects in property, such as liens or environmental issues
- Using a position to steal money and other resources or to divert funds
- Not providing goods or services as promised
- Knowingly providing goods or services that are defective
Of course, this is not a complete list of all of the forms of business and commercial fraud. Any act that undermines the trust in a business relationship can be constituted as fraud. Of course, mistakes can happen, but there are times that there may be proof that a business purposely undermined another. If you have been accused of such, your Arizona business and commercial fraud lawyer can get to the bottom of it and use that information to reach a favorable outcome.
Contact A Phoenix Business And Commercial Fraud Attorney
If your business has been accused of business fraud, then you need an attorney experienced in business matters who can get to the bottom of what actually happened. To tell us about your case and find out how we can help you, call Myles A. Schneider & Associates at 602-926-7373 or fill out the contact form to schedule your free consultation.
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