Have you or your business been personally
accused of a white-collar criminal offence?
Our defendant lawyers can advise you on the next steps and
help you defend these accusations in court.
Experience defending against authorities in white-collar crime
Robinson Gill has significant experience defending people who have been charged by government bodies, including:
- Independent Broad-based Anti-Corruption Commission (IBAC)
- Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Victoria Police
- Australian Taxation Office (ATO)
- Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC)
We also have experience defending individuals (i.e. directors and managers) and boards that have been accused of criminal offences by their employer or another organisation.
Examples of accused white-collar crimes we have defended against
We have helped individuals defence accusations of:
- Possessing proceeds of crime intentionally, recklessly or negligently;
- Fraud, dishonesty and forgery
- Tax offences, including tax fraud and tax evasion
- Operational health & safety offences
- Employment offences
- Obtaining a financial advantage by deception
- Obtaining property by deception
- Money laundering
- Bribery, blackmailing and coercion
- Misappropriation of assets or funds
- Identity theft
- Insider trading
- Destruction of evidence
Chinese-speaking white-collar crime experience
Our white-collar crime and business disputes team includes a number of lawyers who are fluent in Chinese Mandarin, and many have grown up and been educated in Mainland China.
In our experience, white collar crime investigations have become increasingly complex and working with a legal team that is fluent in your first language gives you a very helpful advantage.
We also understand when offences may have been committed outside of Australia and can help you identify which laws will apply to the investigation and prosecution.
Contact a White-Collar Criminal Lawyer today.
The best thing you can do to help yourself is to get legal advice from an experienced criminal lawyer, as quickly as possible.