Florida Regulatory Compliance Attorney
Miami Compliance Defense Lawyer
Avoid Unnecessary Business Headaches With a Regulatory Compliance Plan
Every business owner — no matter how small — should have a plan in place to make sure the company is in compliance with all applicable laws. Doing so will avoid unnecessary costs and needless government audits that could shut down your business either temporarily or indefinitely.
By carefully structuring your business plan, you can avoid legal costs of potential civil lawsuits or regulatory investigations that could lead to future criminal investigations or indictments.
Hire an Experienced Regulatory Attorney to Develop and Maintain a Compliance Plan
If you hire a compliance consultant who is not a licensed 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 compliance services. In addition, we offer our business clients an added layer of security — their communications with us are always private and confidential. In the event of a criminal investigation for non-compliance, your company can be protected through the confidential nature of all communications between you and your attorney and any additional experts or consultants we have chosen to hire.
Prevention Is Often the Best Cure
Our regulatory compliance practice grew out of an observation by our lead attorney — Mr. Ramon de la Cabada — that many of his criminal defense clients could have avoided indictments on white collar criminal charges if they had only sought advice from a lawyer before taking the action that led to the eventual criminal investigation.
A former financial crimes prosecutor now defending clients against white collar criminal charges, Mr. de la Cabada recognized that many of his clients needed the benefit of his advice long before the government began to investigate. Mr. de la Cabada has lectured agents for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and investigators for the Florida Department of Banking and Finance. He also participated on a panel conducted by the Florida Department of Insurance to discuss workers’ compensation fraud, so his knowledge of specific regulations and the agencies that enforce them is invaluable in protecting business clients.
When Is a Compliance Plan Appropriate?
If one or more of the following criteria describes your business, a proactive compliance plan can help you save time and money:
- Dealing with multiple licensing requirements or frequent monetary transactions locally and/or internationally
- Dealing with numerous vendors locally and internationally
- Working in a business that requires frequent interaction with government regulators
- Providing services internationally
- Employing non-U.S. staff
- Importing or exporting any type of good or service
- Expanding into U.S. from abroad
- Expanding a U.S. business into foreign operations
More Information About Regulatory Compliance
Attorney Ramon de la Cabada has represented many clients in compliance-related legal matters and has over 27 years of relevant legal background. Read more about Mr. de la Cabada’s qualifications and experience.
Additional information about regulatory compliance is available on the following pages:
- International Business Compliance
- Business Expansion Compliance
- Import/Export Compliance
- Patriot Act 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, or send us an e-mail.