The latest whistleblower award of $17.8 million will likely remove the largest hurdle barring would-be whistleblowers from exposing large-scale tax fraud. Read more
An attack by hackers who stole sensitive personal information from thousands of taxpayers was far more widespread than the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) first disclosed, officials have reve... Read more
In the last decade, many corporations have been trying to figure out creative ways to control cost and to increase production. One popular way has been to “outsource” certain tasks to worker... Read more
You will recall that we have written in previous issues about the chemical spill in West Virginia involving Freedom Industries. The spill happened in January when coal-cleaning chemicals see... Read more
Whistleblower laws allow employees to become the eyes and ears inside companies who uncover evidence of fraud and other wrongdoing. As we pointed out above, in some cases, whistleblower laws... Read more
A number of consumer advocates are complaining that U.S. mortgage lenders are getting off too light in the settlement to resolve charges that they wrongfully foreclosed on many homeowners. I... Read more
I suspect most folks would be surprised to learn that if a major corporation defrauds the federal government out of $100 million in taxes, it can’t be sued under the federal False Claims Act... Read more
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