White Collar Investigations?
We Can Help!
If you own a business, then you should take steps to protect your assets from a government investigation. Learn how to protect your team, and yourself, from charges of white-collar crime.
Our team at Compliance Mitigation helps business leaders develop strategies on two fronts:
- We help business leaders develop compliance and training tools that will lessen the likelihood of a government investigation..
- We assisst people who face charges for white-collar crime.
- We help business and people prepare for leniency.
Get a free digital copy of Compliance 101, a course that will help you and your team avoid government investigations.
If you take the simple quiz in the blue box below, you’ll assess whether you’ve engineered a company that can defend against a government investigation.
Our team at Compliance Mitigation encourages you to work through the quiz before government investigators make a move to freeze your assets. As a result of your proactive efforts, you may lessen possibilities of prosecutors trying to take your liberty with charges for a white-collar crime.
If you complete the 15 questions in the quiz below, we’ll send you a FREE digital copy of Compliance 101.
You can also click the button below to get started now with a free initial consultation. Our team at Compliance Mitigation can help your company put policies in place that lower your risk levels.
Our nation’s prison system is filled with people who have gone to prison as a result of convictions related to white-collar crime.
Check out our Executive Summary to learn how effective compliance programs can help your company. An effective compliance program can lessen the likelihood of a government investigation, or charges for white-collar crime.
Many people who are currently serving time for white-collar crimes complain that:
- They didn’t know their business decisions could lead to government investigations.
- Business decisions should expose them to civil charges, not white-collar crimes.
- The costs of defending against a government investigation drove them to bankruptcy.
- Their decisions should not result in the high costs of a conviction for a white-collar crime.
Can your business withstand a government investigation? We can help.
Our team could build an effective compliance program for your company. By working to show best practices, and showing a good-faith effort to abide by all laws and regulations, you go a long way toward qualifying for:
- Non-prosecution Agreements
- Deferred-Prosecution Agreements
We encourage you to take the free 15-question quiz above. The simple yes-or-no questions will clarify whether you’ve taken steps to protect your assets, your business, and your liberty. The more you understand about government investigations, the more effective you can be in creating defense mechanisms.
Although you can control everything you think, say, and do, you cannot know everything that every member of your team is doing. Invest the time and energy to make sure that you have the right programs in place to protect you against accusations. Our free course, Compliance 101, will help you understand government investigations. More importantly, it will help you understand steps you can take to protect your business, your assets, and your liberty.
You may have seen our partner, Justin Paperny, speaking about the ways our team prepares people for the challenges of a white-collar crime. Learn steps you can take to protect your team, your company, and your liberty.
If you’re worried about an investigation, or you’re worried that charges for white-collar crimes may follow, then start thinking about mitigation strategies.
Our team at Compliance Mitigation has vast experience in working to assist business leaders who want to prepare for the best possible outcome if they’re facing a charge for white-collar crime. You can read more about the members of our team. But we have a motto:
Sadly, many business leaders build their careers without a complete understanding of how their decisions can lead to criminal charges. Our nation has more than 4,000 criminal statutes. Prosecutors may choose to bring criminal charges against people for reasons that don’t have anything to do with justice. They may want vengeance, or they may derive some form of political benefit for bringing criminal rather than civil charges against a person.
To prepare for the best outcome, it’s best to understand the criminal justice system. The more you know, the better you can prepare yourself to avoid the indignity of criminal charges. But if prosecutors bring charges against you for a white-collar crime, learn steps you can take to get leniency at sentencing or to prepare for the best possible outcome.
I’m Michael Santos, founder of Compliance Mitigation. You should know what differentiates us from our competitors and why our team can help you.
To get the backstory of my journey, you can click this link.
Like the protagonist in Homer’s epic tale of Odysseus, I’m a man who has been on a long journey. The link above will give you full insight into the experiences that led me through 26 years in federal prison, and how I emerged to build businesses around the experience. The bullet-point version follows:
- I made bad decisions as a young man that led to a government investigation.
- My response to the government investigation led to a 45-year prison term.
- While incarcerated, I earned a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree, and I published books to help business leaders understand how they could avoid behaviors that could lead to white-collar investigations and criminal convictions.
- Upon release, I built businesses to teach others about the complications that follow for people charged with crimes.
- Everyone on our team has gone through a government investigation.
- Together, we can help your company build effective compliance programs.
- If you’re facing charges for white-collar crimes, we can work to position you for leniency at sentencing, or the best possible outcome.
- Our team can help with highly customized efforts to restore your reputation.
Larry Hartman is On Our Team
Lawrence “Larry” Hartman graduated from Columbia Law School, and served as editor of the Columbia Business Law Review. He then went on to build a successful career as a securities lawyer.
After several years, Larry began building businesses in the online-gaming space, with interests in Costa Rica, the United Kingdom, Spain, and other jurisdictions. Through those initiatives, Larry developed expertise with international banking and asset protection laws.
Despite precautions, Larry’s work led him into the crosshairs of a government investigation. His response to that government investigation led a ten-year prison term.
Larry works with business leaders who want to create compliance programs to avoid government investigations. Yet if a person faces challenges with white-collar crimes, Larry and our team can help the individual understand esoteric concepts, such as:
- Understanding federal grand juries,
- What to know about mail fraud and wire fraud,
- How to respond to charges for honest services fraud,
- Why prosecutors bring conspiracy cases,
- the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act,
- Healthcare Fraud
- Securities Fraud
Our nation has thousands of statutes that criminalize business decisions. Larry and our team of experts at Compliance Mitigation can help people who face charges for white-collar crimes.