As economic conditions throughout the nation create difficult financial circumstances, the number of bankruptcies has skyrocketed. With these bankruptcies government agencies, such as the Department of Justice, are focusing more and more on bankruptcy litigation and lawsuits. The experienced bankruptcy litigation defense attorneys at The Blanch Law Firm regularly counsel executives, directors, general counsel, accounting professionals and others on how to properly handle bankruptcy trials. Our experienced bankruptcy litigators have decades of court room experience and possess a unique understanding of bankruptcy law.The pituitary gland is in a similar relationship with other peripheral glands, particularly the thyroid gland and the adrenal glands. Thyroid hormones by the pituitary gland can affect the function of sexual glands, so when you remove the thyroid o6t; 0 observed suppression of ovarian function, and in diseases of the hour it found certain changes in the sexual sphere.
Potential Consequences of Bankruptcy Litigation
Poorly handled bankruptcy proceedings could lead to fines, asset seizure, harsh tax penalties, tax liens, as well as civil and criminal liability for many other matters. Our bankruptcy litigation attorneys provide aggressive defense to debtor clients in all aspects of bankruptcy litigation. We have represented various clients in complex bankruptcies, including lawsuits, collection proceedings, debt reorganizations, motions and other legal action undertaken by bankruptcy creditors, trustees and others. Our knowledge of debt-related legal issues is unparalleled in the legal community, and the firm has defended individuals and corporations during trial as well as counseled those facing impending bankruptcy litigations.
White Collar Bankruptcy Matters
Bankruptcy Fraud is a matter heavily investigated and prosecuted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other state tax agencies. The IRS takes bankruptcy fraud seriously, and the penalties range from fines to years in prison. In recent cases:
A father and son running a company together were sentenced to a combined 81 months in prison and fined hundreds of thousands of dollars in their bankruptcy fraud case for not disclosing expenses and other violations.
Another man was sentenced to 25 years in prison followed by three years of supervised release, and also required to forfeit to the United States assets and property, including a $200 million money judgment, a $25,000 bank check, several high-end vehicles, and any assets to be discovered. This individual pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States, money laundering, and presenting or using a false claim in a bankruptcy proceeding.
These are just two offenses from the last six months of Bankruptcy Fraud prosecutions by the IRS. Having qualified White Collar Crime Defense Attorneys who know and understand bankruptcy fraud is an absolute necessity for any executive, director, accountant or other individual facing bankruptcy fraud claims charges.
Premier Bankruptcy Litigation Attorneys
Our knowledgeable bankruptcy litigation attorneys understand the complex nature of Chapter 11 litigations and how much is at stake for corporations undergoing bankruptcy and/or corporate restructuring proceedings. The Blanch Law Firm is experienced in handling: creditor claims; bankruptcy trustee protests; United States trustee claims; Chapter 7, 11 and 13 trials and much more.
To speak with a white collar attorney about your bankruptcy litigation concerns, Contact The Blanch Law Firm by calling 888-984-5079 to arrange an initial consultation.