Fraudulent Transactions Can Wreak Havoc

When a business is involved in a transaction, they have a duty to be honest and truthful. When a business misrepresents itself — or is accused of doing so — the consequences can be severe. With offices in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C., Harty Williams has helped clients across the country understand their rights. After analyzing the facts, we can build the strongest possible legal strategy.

What Constitutes A Fraudulent Transaction?

Understandably, it is easy for people to misunderstand or misinterpret what they’ve heard or read. However, there is only a case when certain things take place. For example, a company must make an untrue statement or purposely misrepresent information. It also must have been something that convinced the other party to enter into the transaction. Lastly, it has to cause harm to the other party.

If you’re involved in a situation that includes any of the above, it’s important to talk to an attorney as soon as possible. Our attorneys have handled the most complex cases, making us more than qualified to handle your legal matter. Most people walk through our doors and don’t understand their rights. We can explain the options you are facing as well as determine what is in your best interest. Our top priority is protecting your business.

Don’t Wait To Discuss Your Case; Call Today

Talking to a knowledgeable attorney is crucial during this time. We are here to be your strongest advocate through all stages of the process. To get started, call our office at 267-383-3899 or fill out our contact form online.