Kolmers Legal comprehensively deals with matters related to the criminal law and criminal business law. Our support is often combined with specific advice in the field of prevention and detection of fraud within enterprises and the analysis of criminal law-related transactions. Attorneys at our Law Firm defend in criminal cases in all stages of the proceedings: in preparatory proceedings, in proceedings before the first instance court, in appellate proceedings, as well as after the decision has become final and binding, in enforcement proceedings.
We represent clients in all legal aspects related to the course of criminal trials, including penal and fiscal processes and so-called “White collar crimes”. We provide substantive advice and we are ready to take immediate action in emergency situations. The law firm also defends the accused in all instances of court proceedings, to the representation of convicts at the stage of criminal enforcement proceedings, and especially in cases of postponement and suspension of absolute imprisonment.
The scope of services in the field of criminal law:
- We offer advice and out-of-court and court representation for entrepreneurs in cases related to crimes against economic turnover;
- We conduct cases in the area of criminal liability for acts of unfair competition, falsification and infringements of industrial property rights;
- We act as defenders of suspects and accused of economic and corruption crimes at all stages of the proceedings (preparatory, court and executive proceedings);
- We advise on criminal matters regarding money laundering, “creative accounting” and embezzlement;
- We represent board members and bodies of capital companies in matters related to criminal liability for the company’s operations;
- We carry out criminal-law audits in the field of assessment of the management’s activities in terms of acting to the detriment of the company;
- We provide legal assistance at the stage of preparatory and judicial proceedings to victims of intellectual crimes (white collar crimes);