Van Leeuwen Law Firm provides assistance to enterprises and physical persons who are suspected or victim of crime, in particular economic and financial crimes (white collar crime). The firm is active, among other things, in matters relating to money laundering, swindle, bribery, misuse of corporate assets, abuse of confidence, bankruptcy crimes, tax evasion, inheritance fraud, public procurement fraud, customs and excise duty fraud, and gambling fraud. Van Leeuwen Law Firm guarantees quality, efficiency and discretion. The Attorney strives to reach a successful resolution for all dossiers in the shortest possible term, if possible by means of an amicable settlement.
The strategic alliance with Praetor Forensic Auditing enables Dutch Serious Fraud Investigation Office (hereinafter referred to as “Dutch Serious Fraud Investigation Office” or “DSFIO”) to co-operate with this auditing and financial crime risk management firm if this is beneficial to its clients.
People typically become involved in already existing fraud schemes as a result of power that is exercised on them by another individual. The five (5) separate types of power include: reward, coercive, expert, legitimate and referent. It is through either one or a combination of several types of power that a potential fraud perpetrator is influenced to become involved in a fraudulent scheme.
Most organizations do not have a comprehensive approach to preventing and deterring Fraud. In fact, most companies don’t think about fraud until they experience one. When fraud occurs, they go into crisis mode, investigate and try to resolve the fraud, and then wait until another fraud occurs.
Most organizations do not have a comprehensive approach to preventing and deterring Corporate Crime. In fact, most companies don’t think about Corporate Crime until they experience one. When Corporate Crime occurs, they go into crisis mode, investigate and try to resolve the Corporate Crime, and then wait until another Corporate Crime occurs. Through our servicelines we help private and public organizations identity the nature and extent of Corporate Crime and deliver appropriate remedies to establish a more comprehensive approach to preventing and deterring Corporate Crime.