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Corporate Fraud

At Pinder Reaux, our in depth knowledge of Business Law and Litigation makes us the logical choice for companies and businesses that find themselves facing corporate investigations.

Investigations for bribery, tax fraud, company fraud or corporate crime will involve complicated and detailed issues. At the very worst, the future of your company and the very least, the integrity of your company’s reputation will literally hang on the balance of the outcome of such investigations. It is imperative that you do not leave these issues to chance and that at the first sign of trouble you instruct solicitors adept at dealing with these corporate matters and that are strong enough to represent you against organisations such as The Serious Fraud Office, The Serious Fraud Crime Units of the Police, The Department of Trade and Industry, HM Revenue and Customs, to name but a few.

Pinder Reaux confidently handles all aspects of investigations: from representing your key management and personnel at the police station for initial interview, to preparing a detailed analysis of the case against you and if charged, representing you at Court.

During any investigation it also important that any media angle is handled as efficiently and discreetly as possible. We have extensive experience with the media and work with some of the top city PR firms to ensure your company is placed in the best possible light. Rupinder Bains, the head of the Corporate Fraud department is a qualified Solicitor-Advocate with over ten years of experience of advocacy in the Crown Court and with a close connection to some of the best fraud barristers in the country, Pinder Reaux can assure you that in preparing your case, no stone will be left unturned.

Call us now for a confidential discussion on matters relating to your business.

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