At O’Connor Weber we can help you and your business legally access capital. During these difficult economic times it is hard for investors to find opportunities that provide a reasonable return… continue reading about access to capital.
Many cases do not end with a trial court judgment or a regulatory agency order. A dissatisfied party may challenge the judgment or order in an appellate court. Appeals can result in the reversal… continue reading about appellate.
The lawyers at O’Connor Weber LLP are experts in criminal law. They can help you fight criminal charges at every stage in the judicial system. Jason Weber and Ryan O’Connor have extensive experience litigating cases… continue reading about criminal defense.
As the old saying goes, the best defense is a great offense. A business can defend itself against employee fraud and misconduct by conducting an internal investigation that could uncover misuse of company funds by an employee or determine if there have been any violations of law… continue reading about internal investigations.
In 2008, in U.S. vs. Stringer, the Ninth Circuit ruled that the government could conduct parallel civil and criminal investigations. That means that what may appear to be a simple regulatory examination could actually be a “cloaked” criminal… continue reading about parallel investigations.
It is a fact of modern life that nearly every human activity is regulated by the government in one form or another. The vast majority of this regulation is overseen by administrative agencies with broad… continue reading about regulatory compliance.
Before making any investment decision it is important to ensure that you are fully informed about potential risks. Many investments are regulated by… continue reading about securities and investments.