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U.S. Treasury Department Asking Public Companies to Return PPP Loans

Perhaps the world is turning just a bit.   After years of complaining about regulations and how oppressive they […]

Holding the Government Accountable for Small Business Loans

Give me some rules with that shake. First it was a story about Shake Shack now it’s Harvard […]

Expanding Telemedicine Reimbursements Could Increase Risk of Fraud

On March 17, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services expanded reimbursements for the use of telemedicine and […]

Potential for Fraud Following the Coronavirus Outbreak

Whistleblowers and government lawyers who fight fraud used to think a billion dollars was a lot of money. […]

Fraud During the Time of the Coronavirus

The National Whistleblowers Center has already called for a special coronavirus Committee in the Department of Justice and […]

Wells Fargo Scandal Leads to Two Board Resignations

On March 9, Wells Fargo announced two resignations from its board, including its Chairwoman Elizabeth A. Duke. She […]

The Long Arm of the Law Reaches Crop Insurance

Every once in a while, you see a story that shows how many different kinds of businesses supported […]

The Impact of Representative Pete Stark on Health Care Law and Policy

There has been an awful lot of news lately, so the death of an 88-year-old former Congressman may […]

Next Stop: India, as the Reach of Global Finance Grows

When I first went to India, the City Bank representative was proud to point out to me that […]

Florida Resident Defrauds US Postal Service out of $1.5 Million

From Florida we get the sad tale of a fraud committed against the United States Postal Service.  According […]