An executive at a government contractor was approached by the FBI and other law enforcement about problems with his company. The government subpoenaed documents. They told him they wanted to talk to him about what his company had been doing.Read More
The firm investigated and found that the signatures on a document that was the basis for the claim didn't match our clients. We hired a handwriting expert to examine them. Sure enough, the expert concluded that they were forged...Read More
man in retirement invested his money with a stockbroker. Because the man was retired, he spent a lot of time traveling. He didn't read the statements from his broker when they were mailed to him. He trusted that his stockbroker was only making the stock trades that he wanted to have made.Read More
A former federal employee was accused of defrauding the United States. He had submitted a form requesting payment which had a false statement on it. The form was complicated. If he knew the statement was false, he was guilty of fraud. If he was simply confused by the form, he wasn’t...Read More
A federal employee was pulled into an Inspector General’s Office and told she was under investigation for a crime. Years of federal service were under her belt. Yet the OIG was focusing on one small part of her work for a few months in her career.
She hired Kaiser, LeGrand & Dillon PLLC. We quickly learned that the situation was serious. A federal prosecutor was already monitoring the investigation. It looked like the OIG was intent on making a case...Read More
A college student was found to have violated his school’s disciplinary code – by sexually assaulting another student. The school decided to suspend him – even though it hadn’t followed its own rules when it disciplined him. Even worse, the school was going to put a mark on his transcript, keeping him from applying to any other school...Read More
A single mother was accused of a very serious crime in federal court. The evidence was overwhelming. The sentencing guidelines that applied to her case called for her to spend almost ten years in a federal prison...Read More
A small business had a contract. The company was going to expand, and to do it they needed help. Unfortunately, they hired the wrong person to help. Things didn’t work well. Then they took a turn for the worse.Read More
A small business owner received a curious letter from a local court. It said that he was subject to a default judgment in a lawsuit and that the court would soon decide how much to award to the person who was suing him.Read More
When she recovered, she blamed the graduate student for what happened and filed a sexual misconduct charge against him - simply for sending her those angry messages, none of which had anything to do with sex...Read More
An undergraduate at a prestigious university was charged with sexual misconduct nine months after the alleged incident had occurred. He hired a local criminal lawyer, with no experience in campus misconduct cases, to represent him in the hearing.Read More
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