We Will Help You Recover From Acts Of Fraud
In a business transaction, we rely on the information the other party provides us so we can make good decisions. If the other party makes false statements and you are harmed by relying on those statements, you may have a right to recover compensation.
At Konicek & Dillon, P.C., our lawyers represent businesses that have suffered financial harm due to business fraud. With offices in Geneva and Chicago, we represent businesses throughout Illinois. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
What Is Business Fraud?
Any false or misleading statements in a business transaction can be considered fraud if you are harmed by relying on those statements. The following are examples of business fraud:
- Commercial real estate fraud: Lying about boundary lines, easements, environmental contamination, zoning or other real estate issues
- Fraud in the sale of a business: Misrepresenting the sales, profits or prospects of the business
- Shareholder or partner fraud: Stealing trade secrets or steering clients to another business with which the shareholder or partner has ties
- Billing fraud: Submitting false or inflated invoices for products or services
Our lawyers use former FBI fraud investigators and other experts to determine if a business has committed fraud. When business fraud occurs, the injured party may have several remedies available. For example, if you bought a commercial property based on false statements from the seller, you may seek to have the sales contract rescinded or the price adjusted.
Free Attorney Consultation
To discuss your case with our Geneva commercial fraud attorneys, call 630-313-2071 or fill out the contact form on this website. We offer blended hourly and contingency fees in many business fraud cases.