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Whistleblower Gets $104 Million (The Wall Street Journal)

Whistleblower Gets $104 Million Laura Saunders for The Wall Street Journal, September 11, 2012 A former UBS AG banker who helped the U.S. government unleash an international crackdown on tax evasion was awarded $104 million in what is believed to be the largest-ever whistleblower payout to an individual. Continue Reading: View Article Here Read Online…

Whistleblower gets $104 million in UBS tax case (The Washington Post)

Whistleblower gets $104 million in UBS tax case Dina ElBoghdady for The Washington Post, September 12, 2012 The Internal Revenue Service awarded $104 million to a banker-turned-whistleblower who helped the government uncover a massive scheme in which Switzerland’s largest bank helped its American clients dodge taxes. Continue Reading: View Article Here Read Online at The…

IRS reverses position, which could benefit whistleblowers

“Whistleblowers and their advocates have long complained that they are unappreciated – or downright resented – at the Internal Revenue Service, but the agency gave them a pleasant surprise Friday. Months after narrowing the circumstances under which whistleblowers could collect rewards for exposing tax evasion, the IRS reversed its position. “This is really I think the first…

Fighting ‘The Man” Can Off: Pfizer Whistelblower Gets $51M+

“Kopchinski and five other whistleblowers will earn more than $102 million in payments from the U.S. government under the False Claims Act through which individuals can reap rewards for exposing corporate wrongdoing. “The use of whistleblowers has really opened up the keys to the kingdom in terms of what’s going on in these companies,” said…

When the Whistle Blows

When the Whistle Blows Sue Reisinger Corporate Counsel November 01, 2010 On August 18 a compliance officer at Interactive Brokers LLC in Chicago called the Securities and Exchange Commission to report that two men in Spain had been trading suspiciously in the stock of a company that had jumped 27 percent the day before. The…

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