Business crime is when companies commit criminal offences. This occurs when certain individuals, who are usually higher up in the chain, commit criminal offences. Usually it can lead to a hefty fine or even prison. This can be the case for a wide variety of companies from the FTSE 100 to small family businesses. Typically business crime covers fraud, money laundering, insider dealings and tax evasion. Generally senior members of the company will hide under the corporate veil to dodge liability; and may use lawyers to cover any dealings, but now with public pressure and general concerns of tax payers’ money to deal in context, there are now established companies, who are independent government bodies, which have been established. These include: Serious Fraud Office, The Financial Conduct Authority and Revenue & Customs. They will investigate every detail of your activity and it is important to get expert legal advice from your barrister as they will represent you with your conduct.
This can also apply to international firms and those in recent years they have been tackled to fight against terrorism and criminal dealings that are highly sensitive. The maximum sentence can be up to 10 years in prison. Our barristers are knowledgeable on the sentencing procedure and can provide either side effective and invaluable advice.
Generally barristers are very well known to financial disputes, your barrister will give your direct advice on interviews when investigated by any of the external bodies. They will notify and give you direct advice on what you can and cannot say. If anyone requires certain documents, they would give you advice on what you should disclose to anyone, and help you establish your case strategy.
Barristers4u will give you a barrister with full knowledge on corporate dealings, particularly on bribery and illegal activities. They will give you a free quote and provide you information on your next steps.
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Barristers are often cheaper than solicitors because they don't have the same level of overheads. You pay a Barrister for their time and expertise, not the expensive running costs of modern offices and administration.
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You will only deal with Barristers that are experts in your chosen area of law. You will be advised of the strengths and weaknesses of your case and will be skilfully represented in front of a judge.
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