Coronavirus Cases to Look for Fraud

I get asked a lot what the new areas of Whistleblower reward law will be and if responses […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Fraud at Our DC Public Schools

The news as reported in the Washington Post today is enough to make a DC resident sick. Parents […]

The Wells Fargo Fiasco and the Complications of Internal Fraud Reporting

It is worth repeating a thousand times: Internal reporting is no substitute for external authority of whistleblowers to […]

Refusing SEC Reward Money: Noble Act or Whistleblower Deterrent?

There were two big stories about Security Exchange Comission (SEC) whistleblower rewards in the last couple of weeks. The […]

The True Value of False Claims Act Fines

The False Claims Act used to carry a civil fine of $2,000. When you ask? Well this is […]

World Cup of Fraud: FIFA Under Fire for Bribery

Unless you have been reading only the Style section lately, you know that FIFA has been hit with many indictments. The phrase “world cup of fraud” was flying all over the news yesterday and it made me wonder about a lot of different things all at once.

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