Florida Patriot Act Compliance Lawyer
Miami Compliance Defense Attorney
The full name of the USA PATRIOT Act is the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001. The Patriot Act is a perfect example of how government regulations that seem completely unrelated to your company operations can actually have a tremendous — and negative — impact on your business. Because of this it is crucial that you have a Patriot Act Compliance plan.
How Can an Anti-Terrorism Law Affect My Small Business?
The primary purposes of the Patriot Act are to help law enforcement investigate terrorism and prevent money laundering and funding of terrorism. If you have nothing to do with terrorism and don’t give money to terrorists, your business should be safe, right?
Wrong. The reporting requirements and other Patriot Act regulations apply to a wide range of businesses. If you operate your business without a Patriot Act Compliance plan that takes the Patriot Act into account, you make your business vulnerable to serious negative consequences.
The following types of businesses are all regulated by the Patriot Act:
- Credit card systems operators
- Insurance companies
- Dealers in precious metals, stones or jewels
- Pawnbrokers and loan or finance companies
- Travel agencies
- Car dealerships
- Real estate agents
Hire an Experienced Lawyer to Develop and Maintain a Compliance Plan That Includes Patriot Act Compliance
If you hire a compliance consultant who is not a licensed Patriot Act Compliance attorney, any communications with that consultant are unprotected and not confidential.
The Law Office of Ramon de la Cabada, in Miami, Florida, offers a complete range of business Patriot Act Compliance consultancy services. In addition, we offer our business clients an added layer of security — their communications with us are always private and confidential.
More Information About Patriot Act Compliance
Attorney Ramon de la Cabada has represented many clients in compliance-related legal matters and has over 25 years of relevant legal background.
Additional information about regulatory compliance is available on the following pages:
- International Business Compliance
- Business Expansion Compliance
- Regulatory Compliance
- Import Export Compliance
- Independent Internal Investigation
- Compliance Law FAQ
Contact Our Office for More Answers
We offer all new clients a complimentary and confidential consultation, and we have appointments available at your convenience, either in our Miami offices or on-site at your company.
Call our law office today, at 305-443-7100.