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White-collar crimes can carry penalties and consequences that are as serious, if not more serious, than other, more common crimes.

What may appear to be an insurmountable problem can often be managed, or minimized, with a creative and effective defense strategy.


We Offer Expert Counsel

White-collar crimes are typically financially motivated crimes. What sets them apart is the typical length, scope, and complexity of the investigation and defense. An investigation can take many months—sometimes years—putting a person’s reputation, livelihood, and freedom at risk. We bring decades of experience successfully resolving complex, document-heavy, financial cases on behalf of our clients, as well as expert resources in accounting, banking, taxation, and healthcare practices.  We’ve defended people and organizations against charges of tax evasion, healthcare fraud, pension plan fraud, accounting fraud, insurance fraud, securities fraud, ERISA violations, antitrust violations, insider trading, and a whole host of other financial crimes.

Reach Out to Us

If you’re being investigated for a white-collar crime, talk with us. The earlier you have counsel, the better able we are to protect your rights and establish a foundation for a solid defense, in the event charges are brought.

To learn more about our experience defending people and organizations against fraud charges, send us an email or call our office at 616.458.2212.

“Again, thank you for helping me understand the system. I had so many sleepless nights but talking with you made it a little easier.”

Larry Willey attorney

Larry C. Willey

April 24, 2020

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Charles E. Chamberlain

April 24, 2020

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Britt Morton Cobb

April 24, 2020

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Peter VanGelderen

April 24, 2020

Julia Anne Kelly - lawyer

Julia Anne Kelly

April 24, 2020

Tracy Evans - paralegal

Tracy Evans

April 24, 2020