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White Collar Criminal Defense

Government investigations into corporate activities are becoming increasingly common. The stakes are incredibly high, beginning with the damage to reputation that can occur even before charges are filed. Our team of veteran white-collar lawyers is experienced at protecting corporate and individual interests from the first moments of an investigation all the way through trial.

We have the first chair trial and appellate experience necessary to litigate against the government for as long as it takes. Our subject-matter knowledge is vast and includes securities, tax, healthcare, environmental, political investigations, and prosecutions.

Key Contacts

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Jonathan Bont

Partner

Indianapolis, IN

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Peter M. Cummins

Practice Group Leader

Louisville, KY

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Cory J. Skolnick

Partner

Louisville, KY

Over a Century of Combined Experience

Only the strongest representation will do when your reputation and livelihood are on the line. When the stakes are high, our experience translates into successful outcomes as it relates to the following:

  • Grand jury investigations
  • FBI investigations
  • DEA investigations
  • Agency (civil and criminal) investigations
  • Federal criminal charges
  • State criminal charges
  • Qui tam (whistleblower) actions under the False Claims Act
  • Professional licensing proceedings

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