Regulators, Whistleblowers and the Paradise Papers

November 30, 2017

In "Regulators, Whistleblowers And The Paradise Papers" (Law360, Expert Analysis, November 30, 2017), Adam Pollock explains possible government enforcement and whistleblower actions, based on "the paradise papers" and other leaked tax-related documents, to hold entities accountable for their unlawful tax efficiency, avoidance, or evasion. Some of these documents, even if they are subject to the attorney-client privilege, "will lose their status if they further, facilitate or conceal fraudulent or criminal activity." Adam notes that even if the Paradis Papers have been disclosed to the public, whistleblowers might still win sizable rewards by adding meaningful information to the case. 

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