Freelancers, tax mistakes and tax fraud

As a freelancer, you take great pride in the fact that you're running your own business. Although you spend most your time servicing clients and seeking new opportunities, this doesn't mean you should turn your back on your financial obligations. For example, it's imperative that you have a firm...

Lawsuits target alleged wrongdoers in health care industry

Embezzlement. Misappropriation of business opportunities. Corporate theft. Racketeering. Price fixing. Multi-company collusion. These acts of wrongdoing and additionally alleged misbehaviors are at the heart of a recent media report on actions taken in the civil and criminal spheres that target a...

Bound to attract some serious attention: a $4 billion bond

Was it arguably unconstitutional? Yes. Did it achieve its stated purpose of spotlighting what its author regards as a sometimes "ridiculous" aspect of the criminal justice system? Ditto that, too, as evidenced by reports from news outlets across the country. Here's what manifestly bother...

Help your child fight his or her drunk driving charge

As a parent, you want nothing but the best for your child. Unfortunately, you know one thing to be true: Children don't always make the right decisions. One of the most common mistakes among teenagers and college students is driving under the influence of alcohol. This may not be the most serious...

Indianapolis drug case underscores several material considerations

We have noted for readers in prior select blog posts that a proven criminal defense attorney often has multiple avenues to pursue when crafting a strategy to counter state or federal officials' actions pursuant to their making an arrest and charging an individual with a crime. A case recently rep...