The incentive has certainly existed for whistleblowers to report securities fraud since the inception of the federal Dodd-Frank Act several years ago.
Four people were convicted of conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud in a $3.7 million scheme at Garland-based, Elder Care.
We note on our website at the established Hilder & Associates criminal defense firm in Houston what is almost a truism these days regarding financial crimes.
What a mess, replete with conflicting stories, high-value damage figures and complex intellectual properties to boot.
We pose this question to our readers today concerning a centrally powerful federal agency: Do you automatically think of candor, an open information flow and public access to key data in any discussion focused upon the United States National Security Agency?