Protecting The Rights Of Business Owners In Financial Fraud Cases

Every day, business owners throughout New Jersey negotiate and sign contracts to provide goods and services. Unfortunately, not all of these contracts are honored. When you are facing a situation involving breach of contract or financial fraud, it is important to seek the counsel of an attorney who understands what is at stake for your business. In addition to having serious financial repercussions, these sorts of cases can affect important business relationships and could impact your company over the long term.

I am Mount Laurel financial fraud attorney Leo B. Dubler, III. At my firm, The Law Office of Leo B. Dubler, III, LLC, I represent clients throughout Southern New Jersey who have civil financial fraud claims.

What Constitutes Financial Fraud?

For small-business owners, instances of financial fraud can arise in a variety of situations, including:

  • Breach of contract
  • Fraudulent representation in negotiating a contract
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Receiving fraudulent or misleading information when purchasing intellectual property
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Investment fraud
  • Fraud in the purchase of property
  • Shareholder oppression

In cases involving fraud or breach of contract, it is important to remember that you do have rights. At my firm, I work closely with my clients to understand their cases and provide them with realistic, candid advice about their legal options.

Providing Experienced Representation In Financial Fraud Cases

If you are a business owner who has been wronged in a business transaction, fill out my firm's contact form or call 856-437-4913 today to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer about your case.