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Defenses to Cybercrime Charges

Cybercrimes are criminal offenses committed using the Internet or other computer technology. Internet fraud/cybercrime cases are often complex, involving multiple people and locations across numerous states. The FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) 2017 Internet Crime Report reveals that it received 301,580 total complaints with reported...

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Evaluating Your Corporate Compliance Program

Corporate compliance programs are designed to prevent and detect misconduct and to ensure that corporate activities are conducted in compliance with all applicable regulations, rules, and criminal and civil laws. Evaluating Your Corporate Compliance Program A good corporate compliance program will involve a number of critical elements,...

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Corporate Criminal Defense

While the government cannot put a corporation in prison, it can prosecute a corporation and potentially impose punitive fines, penalties, restrictions, and ongoing oversight and reporting requirements. Such punitive measures can cripple a corporation – from a decrease in value and falling stock prices to...

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Microcap Stocks & Pump and Dump Fraud Schemes

A microcap stock are low-priced stocked issued by small companies. The classification is based on the market capitalization of the company, which is the entire market value of the company's outstanding shares. Market capitalization is calculated by multiplying the company's number of outstanding shared by...

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Arizona's Fintech Regulatory Sandbox Now In Effect

Arizona is the first state in the nation to establish a regulatory sandbox that allows startups in the fintech sector (financial technology) to test new financial products without immediately facing regulatory burdens that may have otherwise created a barrier to innovation. Under the regulatory sandbox program...

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