White Collar Crime
Corporations rely on procurement processes for one-time or ongoing basis purchasing of goods and services. The overall end to end process can be quite complex involving multiple phases from determining requisites, accepting bids from vendors, choosing the vendor, processing the purchase, receiving the goods and invoicing and paying for the products.
For the process to function independently, governments issued legal commonly agreed frameworks meant to allow each player to develop unbiased business relationships and discourage favoritisms. As a result of the overwhelming volume of procurement transactions, and the fact that frauds are often deeply embedded in contract conditions, making them particularly difficult to identify, companies find themselves challenged by procurement fraud allegations.
Our experience in managing complex corporate crimes cases extends to procurement frauds as well. By placing our partners interest ahead of our convenience, our team will be fully committed to obtain the best possible outcome and fight for our clients’ recovery.
Our services cover a broad range of procurement related frauds like price change orders, inferior product substitution or employee frauds. Regardless the object of the prosecution, we remain focused on building realistic defense strategies and accomplish our partners goals.