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Protecting Your Business From Fraud

Allegations of fraud can have devastating consequences for a business owner. If you believe that you may be facing issues concerning financial fraud, it is important to retain legal representation immediately. At Freedman Fazio, APC, our lawyers know how to prepare a strong case that can protect your business. When the stakes are this high, you need experienced legal counsel you can trust.

With over 60 years of collective experience, we have the knowledge and focus that are required to effectively represent your interests. Contact our firm online or call 805-409-9056 to schedule a consultation to discuss your situation.

Protecting Your Reputation

Our experienced lawyers will aggressively pursue a cause of action if you have encountered any of the following business fraud issues:

  • Overstating or understating profits
  • Understating expenses
  • Defrauding an employer
  • Violating a covenant not-to-compete
  • Nondisclosure issues affecting the business’s value
  • Disclosure of trade secrets

We will fight to keep your reputation intact as we aggressively protect your valuable business interests.

Fraudulent Profits?

Business fraud occurs when a seller of a business understates or misrepresents the profitability of the business or understates the overhead expenses. Such misstatements may justify the filing of a lawsuit against the seller for business fraud.

The effect of these sorts of false statements can have a severe impact on your ability to make a profit. Our attorneys can tell you whether you were the victim of fraudulent misrepresentation. If you have been victimized, we will aggressively fight for you in court, and pursue fair and just compensation. We handle all types of business fraud litigation, including claims of white collar crime.

Violations Of Covenants Not-To-Compete

Covenants not-to-compete are agreements that are made between an employer and an employee that prevent the employee from starting a competing business. These agreements are enforceable contracts in California. If a former employee is violating a covenant not-to-compete, we will file a lawsuit on your behalf and work to effectively enforce the covenant.

Stop The Fraud By Calling Us

Your business is an important investment, one that we will do everything to protect. Send our firm an email or call 805-409-9056 to schedule a consultation to discuss your case. We handle cases throughout Southern California, including the areas of Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County and Los Angeles County.