Corporate fraud can have far-reaching consequences, affecting consumer safety, the environment and stockholders. At The Drakulich Firm, A Professional Law Corporation, we understand that the term “corporate fraud” refers to many different kinds of wrongdoing, including noncompliance by a corporation’s employees. Actions that can be considered corporate fraud include:
Our attorneys understand these and other kinds of corporate fraud. If you suspect wrongdoing at your company, we can help determine if the activity falls under the California or Nevada legal criteria for fraud and if there are sufficient grounds to initiate a lawsuit or other legal action. We can also clarify whether your case is tax fraud or government fraud so it’s pursued in the appropriate way.
Both federal and state whistleblower laws limit the time for reporting an act of corporate fraud. While they are like statutes of limitations for criminal cases, these time frames are generally much shorter. The following are examples of the time frames for reporting specific violations:
At The Drakulich Firm our attorneys have both skill and experience handling corporate fraud whistleblowing cases. We offer advice, recommendations and finally the legal protections you’re entitled to when your employer retaliates against you.
To learn more about how The Drakulich Firm, A Professional Law Corporation can represent you in a corporate fraud whistleblowing lawsuit, call us at 877-736-3711 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation today. Our appointment schedule is flexible for your convenience. Our offices are located in San Diego, CA and Reno, NV.