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Nuts and Bolts of Defending a White-Collar Criminal Case

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Date Published

November 1, 2019


Mecklenburg County Bar


Civil Litigation, Criminal Justice, General


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Come learn from Chris Fialko, an attorney with more than 20 years experience defending white-collar criminal cases, and Jason Ligon, a forensic accountant with over 11 years of experience, about the nuts and bolts of defending a white-collar criminal case.

Chris will go over a checklist for defending white-collar criminal cases, which includes:

  • How to respond to a grand jury subpoena and produce documents
  • Should your client cooperate?
  • Experts to consider
  • State and federal sentencing
Jason will discuss how a forensic accountant can help you defend your white-collar case, which includes:

  • Assistance in discovery requests and document review
  • Building your defense through data analysis
  • Complex issues, explained simply
  • What is the actual loss/harm?

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Chris Fialko
Fialko Law PLLC

Chris began his practice in the 1990s in Charlotte. In the 2000s he shifted his much of his practice to white-collar cases,... Read More

Jason Ligon

Jason has more than ten years of experience providing litigation support, forensic accounting, and investigation services to... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

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