Fraud Litigation

California Attorneys: Business Fraud Representation

Fraud occurs when one person or business uses deceit or trickery to obtain value or gain an unfair advantage over another.

At Diemer, Whitman & Cardosi, LLP, we serve our clients with integrity, commitment and fierce advocacy in matters of business, employment, and fraud litigation. Our legal team is comprised solely of experienced attorneys who are focused on protecting your interests. Our goal is to achieve the best possible results in each and every case. To discuss any type of fraud-related concern with an attorney from our firm — call or contact us to make arrangements for a free initial consultation.

An Experienced Legal Team Handling
Fraud Litigation in Silicon Valley and the Bay Area

One of the key differences between Diemer, Whitman & Cardosi, LLP, and other business litigation firms in the Bay Area is that here, each of our lawyers is a proven litigator with at least 25 years of trial experience. In fraud litigation, this experience and history of successful results at trial tends to foster a more reasonable tone during negotiations with the other side and the increased chance of settling the matter in a fair and efficient manner, outside of court.

Our practice includes claims alleging intentional or negligent misrepresentations of fact, omissions of fact and promissory fraud, including:

  • Real estate fraud
  • Business fraud
  • Self dealing
  • Employment-related fraud or embezzlement
  • Internet and telecommunications billing fraud

Business Fraud

The daily interactions of businesses are littered with opportunities to engage in fraud. Our attorneys represent businesses in fraud litigation during the formation or sale of businesses, shareholder disputes, and actions involving the WARN Act and the winding down of businesses.

Employment Fraud

Employment fraud litigation may involve deceptive or false actions by an employee or employer. Our firm represents individual employees in fraud litigation related to false statements made by an employer about the length and type of employment. These cases arise when an employee accepts a job based on false representations made by an employer. We defend employers in these types of cases as well.

For more information about our fraud litigation practice and how our lawyers can assist you, call or contact us in San Jose, California, to arrange for a free initial consultation.