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By Matthew D. Lee and Jonathan Wasser

Continued Internal Revenue Service processing delays are preventing businesses from receiving pandemic relief benefits, according to the U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration

Continue Reading Inspector General Faults Internal Revenue Service for Handling of Pandemic Relief Benefits

ONLY TWO DAYS AWAY! It’s not too late to register for Fox Rothschild’s Inaugural White-Collar Symposium this Thursday in Philadelphia! Panels will address timely topics including Health Care Fraud, COVID-19

Continue Reading Fox Rothschild’s Inaugural White-Collar Symposium, Thursday, November 3

By Marissa Koblitz Kingman and Matthew D. Lee

The Justice Department recently announced new charges, convictions and sentencings in its ongoing initiative to target pandemic-related fraud, emphasizing the government’s commitment

Continue Reading The Federal Government’s Continued Focus on COVID-19 Aid Fraud Leads to New Charges, Convictions and Sentencings

Introducing the Fox Rothschild White-Collar Symposium.

Join us in Philadelphia on the afternoon of November 3rd to meet with like-minded leaders to discuss the nationwide issues impacting white-collar criminal defense

Continue Reading Join Us for Fox Rothschild’s Inaugural White-Collar Symposium on November 3

By Marissa Koblitz Kingman

As part of its ongoing effort to crack down on health care-related COVID-19 fraud, the U.S. Justice Department has launched a nationwide coordinated law enforcement action

Continue Reading US Launches Nationwide Coordinated Law Enforcement Action to Combat Health Care-Related COVID-19 Fraud

By Marissa Koblitz Kingman

Vanessa R. Waldref, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington, recently announced the creation of a new interagency COVID-19 Fraud Strike Force to combat

Continue Reading New Interagency COVID-19 Fraud Strike Force Intensifies Investigations of Pandemic Relief Loans

By Marissa Koblitz Kingman

The U.S. Department of Justice has recently begun charging defendants with bank fraud in relation to Paycheck Protection Program loans as part of its continuing efforts
Continue Reading Bank Fraud Involving PPP Loans Could Lead to Prison Time, Even for Relatively Small Advances

By Matthew D. Lee and Marissa Koblitz Kingman

The U.S. Department of Justice continues to seek long prison sentences for those convicted of COVID-19 related fraud. Recently, courts have agreed
Continue Reading Federal Judges Imposing Increasingly Harsh Prison Sentences for Paycheck Protection Program Fraud

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