Types of Whistleblower Cases
Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act Fraud
The Dodd-Frank Act provides a whistleblower program that rewards individuals who assist the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in uncovering securities violations and inside trading, including Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violations.
The federal government uses the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) to prosecute and punish those individuals who violate securities laws or bribe foreign officials.
A few examples of conduct that may be covered by Dodd-Frank are:
- Ponzi schemes, insider trading, accounting fraud, unauthorized trading, briber, market manipulation.
- Misleading statements or failure to make necessary statements in public filings.
- Misrepresentations made in connection with sales of securities or commodities.
- Improper promotion and sale of risky investments.
- Skimming or other improper diversion of funds.
TYPES OF WHISTLEBLOWER CASESMilitary and Department of Defense Contractors Medicare Fraud or Fraud in Health Care Billing Corporate Financial Misconduct and Securities Fraud Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act Fraud Substantial IRS and Tax Fraud Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Kickbacks and Off-Label Marketing Cases Federal Mineral Lease Payment Fraud (oil, natural gas on federal lands)
05/18/2018 It’s Time for a Corporate Crime Database and Annual Report
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader has spearheaded a group of organizations pushing for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to create an annual corporate crime report and database similar to the Uniform Crime Reporting Program that has documented the rise and fall of street crime over the course of the last 80 years. Taxpayers Against Fraud sent its own letter to Attorney … Continue reading It’s Time for a Corporate Crime Database and Annual Report…READ MORESource: TAF Education Fund Blog