Are you under investigation by a government agency? Do you suspect that an employee reported a violation of law to a government body? Have you been approached by a government agent, such as an agent of the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) or the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), who wants to conduct an informal interview? Have you been subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury or been served with a search warrant? If so, you should not hesitate to consult with an experienced and knowledgeable white-collar defense attorney that understands your rights.
With offices in Red Bank, New Jersey and Marlton, New Jersey, McOmber McOmber & Luber, P.C. has experience in representing various companies, executives, employees, and politicians in connection with civil and criminal litigation, federal and state grand jury proceedings, FBI investigations, IRS investigations, whistleblower, qui tam matters, insider trading litigation, and similar matters. Our experienced white-collar criminal attorneys handle state and federal court matters in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
We have represented clients in a number of white-collars areas including but not limited to the areas of:
- Qui tam and Whistleblower Litigation
- False Claims Act
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- Health Care Fraud
- Public Corruption
- SEC Enforcement
- Tax Fraud
- Accounting Fraud
- Bank Fraud
- Computer and Internet Crimes
- Insider Trading
- Securities Fraud
- Mail and Wire Fraud
- Money Laundering
For employers and executives, the key to successfully resolving and preventing white-collar investigations and prosecutions is by taking proactive measures to prevent, investigate, address, and defend possible statutory or regulatory violations. Whether a company is seeking to establish regulatory compliance policies or is facing a government investigation, our skilled attorneys are poised to assist. Our lawyers will not only protect your interests in the investigation but also provide knowledgeable counsel to create policies and procedures that will mitigate the risk of future investigations or prosecutions.