As the name suggests, individuals in white-collar occupations who commit crimes such as fraud, bribery, insider trading etc. are liable for committing “white collar crimes”.
Relevant legislative instruments such as the IT Act, 2000, The Import and Exports (Control) Act, 1947, the Foreign Exchange (Regulation) Act, 1974, Companies Act, 1956, Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, all contain provisions against white-collar crime.
While some of the crimes associated with white collar crimes are also found under the IPC, the scope of the former are too wide and complex to fit under the IPC. Its complexity, hence, calls for the in-depth knowledge of relevant facts and valid points of defence if required as there is no single source dedicated to such crimes.
Having a team of lawyers who are well versed with all the relevant legal instruments, it is a matter of assurance that your prosecution or defence, will have a strong standing. With the capability to interpret and structure your case within existing laws, our lawyers will ensure you get the best counselling available in the field.