White Collar

Bank Fraud, Fraud, Popular Posts, White Collar

What is Bank Fraud?

by Freeman Law / Apr 11, 2018 389
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Computer Crimes, White Collar

The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)

by Jason B. Freeman / Oct 02, 2017 342
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Bank Secrecy Act, FBAR, White Collar, Willfulness

IRS Required to Return FBAR “Penalty:” Penalty was “Illegally Exacted”

by Jason B. Freeman / Sep 22, 2017 330
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Bank Secrecy Act, Forfeiture, Structuring, White Collar

Federal Forfeiture and the Crime of “Structuring”

by Jason B. Freeman / Apr 23, 2017 262
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Forfeiture, White Collar

Federal Asset Forfeiture

by Jason B. Freeman / Apr 17, 2017 249
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
FBAR, White Collar, Willfulness

How the FBAR’s “Willfulness” Element Has Recently Evolved

by Freeman Law / Apr 07, 2017 247
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Fraud, White Collar

A Focus on Healthcare Fraud

by Jason B. Freeman / Dec 23, 2016 213
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Computer Crimes, White Collar

Cyber Crimes: Guilty Pleas in a Large-Scale International Online Fraud Conspiracy

by Jason B. Freeman / Dec 19, 2016 211
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Bank Fraud, Computer Crimes, White Collar

Couple Sentenced to Prison for Bank Fraud and Failure to Report Income Earned From Internet Sales through eBay and Amazon

by Jason B. Freeman / Dec 17, 2016 209
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Bank Secrecy Act, Defenses, FBAR, Tax Litigation, White Collar, Willfulness

Litigating FBAR Penalties: The Burden of Proof and the Meaning of Willfulness

by Jason B. Freeman / Dec 16, 2016 204
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