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Commercial fraud involves deceptive practices or abuses by corporate executives, including the misuse of company money, the use of false public statements in an effort to raise stock prices, insider trading or taking kickbacks. From Ponzi schemes and white collar crime to employee theft and securities fraud, our lawyers swiftly identify fraudulent activity and its business implications.
Given our track record and experience in commercial disputes, Cunningham Bounds, LLC can capably assist clients in a wide variety of cases involving commercial fraud. Our Alabama commercial fraud attorney team has decades of collective experience and can help you determine your best course of action.
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Indicators of Commercial Fraud
Fraud is an overarching term that covers many differing types of actions. There are several common indicators of commercial fraud.
Often, commercial fraud is indicated by the following:
- Falsified records
- Unfair trade practices
- Improper billing practices
- Misleading documents
Commercial fraud often is extremely detrimental, and it’s important for victims of commercial fraud to fight back as soon as they realize their situation. With years of experience, our firm can put extensive resources and proven methods to work on your behalf.
Contact Us to Speak with a Skilled Alabama Commercial Fraud Attorney!
Cunningham Bounds is committed to upholding the rights of victims of fraud. Our team can thoroughly investigate the details surrounding your case and help you determine your options. From the start to the finish of your case, we can provide trusted legal guidance that is invested in your best interests.
Contact Cunningham Bounds today! Speak with our experienced Alabama commercial fraud team to learn more about your legal options.
$5 Million Settlement Against Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
Our firm obtained a $5 million settlement against Wells Fargo Mortgage for the use of improper affidavits in bankruptcy courts.
$2.5 Million Class Action Against CitiMortgage
Partners with Cunningham Bounds obtained a $2,500,000 settlement against CitiMortgage for the use of improper affidavits in bankruptcy cases. CitiMortgage allegedly provided improper affidavits to the bankruptcy court because the signature pages were executed separately from the other pages of the document and/or the affidavits were signed without the affiants knowing the contents.
$1.8 Million Jury Verdict For Kitchen Foods, Inc.
Attorneys Gregory B. Breedlove and Richard Bounds secured a $1.8 million jury verdict in a federal fraud case against Arby’s Inc.
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