Whistleblowers who provide information about tax or securities fraud to the IRS and Securities and Exchange Commission can receive substantial monetary rewards up to 30% of the proceeds collected by the government.
TAFS represents whistleblowers who have reported more than $20 billion in tax and securities fraud. We handle our whistleblower claims just like the cases we prepare for trial, and we aggressively advocate those claims with the government.
TAFS has unique expertise representing attorneys who become whistleblowers. In many cases, attorneys are the most effective whistleblowers but they face particular risks regarding attorney-client privilege and their ethical duties. Our extensive experience with these issues allows us to help clients navigate this ethical minefield and minimize the threat of personal liability and professional sanctions.
TAFS recognizes that whistleblowers take significant personal and professional risks in reporting fraud. We’re committed to vindicating your rights and the public interest.
If you have information about tax or securities fraud, please contact our experienced team for a confidential consultation.