Strong Defense Against Federal Financial Crimes Nationwide
White collar crime cases evolve slowly. State and federal governments can spend months or even a year conducting a thorough investigation before any charges are filed. If you are the target of an investigation, the best thing you can do is enlist the help of an experienced defense attorney as soon as possible.
New York white collar crime attorney Nishay K. Sanan has more than 15 years of experience as a federal criminal defense lawyer. He will act intelligently and quickly to try to head off investigations before charges are filed. If an indictment has already been handed down, he will work tirelessly to have the case dismissed and preserve your freedom and good name. Mr. Sanan has an extensive background in tax and accounting, a background that is very useful when building cases for those accused of white collar crimes.
Defense Against a Broad Range of White Collar Crimes in State and Federal Courts
Federal criminal defense attorney Nishay K. Sanan, working with accountants, financial experts and other respected experts as necessary, represents people charged with all types of white collar crimes, including:
- Bribery or public corruption
- Fraud, theft or embezzlement
- Illegal exports or imports
- Money laundering
- RICO Act violations/racketeering charges
- Securities fraud or insider trading
- Mortgage fraud
- Tax fraud
- Health care fraud
White collar cases are extremely complex. They can even reach outside the criminal courthouse and result in civil litigation. Nishay K. Sanan takes the big picture view, preparing for anything that may happen. Whether a criminal charge or a civil case comes first, he will work hard to put you in a good position for any future cases that emerge.
Contact a Manhattan NYSE Investigation Attorney for a Free Consultation
If you are under investigation or accused of a white collar crime, federal criminal defense lawyer Nishay K. Sanan can help. Call 312-692-0360 or 888-335-6504 or contact his Manhattan law office online. While initial consultations are free, clients may be asked to reimburse for travel expenses.