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Corporate Crime And Governance

Most corporate criminal charges — also known as “white-collar crimes”, money-laundering and bribery — target the corporation, its directors, and its officers and employees. Many countries attribute criminal responsibility to both the corporations and to the individuals behind them.

Based in Toronto, Ontario, Leo Adler Law can represent corporations and their executives across Canada and across borders. We provide legal defence strategies against allegations of criminal activities, no matter where — and no matter the size of — the company.

Helping Clients Understand International Criminal Laws

Leveraging our extensive knowledge of foreign legal systems and international criminal courts, we can provide businesses and business people with legal advice on how to avoid potential criminal liability. We can also help identify and anticipate any compliance issues, violations or controversial criminal and political matters.

Developing Effective Defences

We get you involved with your matter, educating you on the laws, strategies and possible outcomes for your case. As a result, you know as much about the situation as we do. Once we understand the case and the legal issues at play, we’ll develop the necessary steps and strategies to create an optimal defence for you and your company.

Contact Our Firm Now

Call our office at 800-513-9769 to set up a meeting. You can also arrange a consultation by sending us an email. We’re available evenings and weekends for appointments.

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