White Collar Crime: Growing Focus Of Regulators, Law Enforcers

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On behalf of Rosenblum Schwartz & Fry posted in White Collar Crimes on Friday, March 31, 2017. That white collar crime is increasingly on the minds of regulators and law enforcement agencies in Missouri and across the country is amply evidenced by the steady stream of media stories these days chronicling tales of alleged wrongdoing by individuals and business entities in this singular area of law. White collar probes and prosecutions might be seen by some people as comparatively less severe in nature than are investigations regarding charges related to things like drug offenses, violent crimes, sexual assault and so forth. Increasingly, that is …

What Counts As Embezzlement?

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On behalf of Rosenblum Schwartz & Fry posted in White Collar Crimes on Monday, February 27, 2017. White collar crimes are taken very seriously and carry heavy penalties. Those who work in industries such as accounting, sales, banking or other fields that involve the handling of money should be aware of the dangers of embezzlement. Someone must have intention in order for their actions to be considered embezzlement, but even accidental mishandling of money can lead to a precarious legal situation. Here’s what employees should know about embezzlement. What is embezzlement? Embezzlement is the misuse or theft of money that has been entrusted to …