$2 Billion Recovered

Congrats to Howard Wilkinson! Your courageous whistleblowing has recovered over $2 billion for the victims of Danske Bank’s fraud.

Wilkinson blew the whistle on a $200 billion Russian money-laundering scandal that moved rubles out of Russia, converted them to dollars at the Estonian branch of Danske Bank, and then moved the dollars to New York.


Bradley Birkenfeld broke the back of Swiss bank secrecy. He was the first Swiss banker to file a case under the IRS whistleblower law.

UBS bank was forced to disclose the identities of 4,450 U.S. taxpayers and faced a penalty of $780 million. Mr. Birkenfeld secured the most substantial individual qui tam whistleblower award, amounting to $104 million.


Former SEC Commissioner and Acting Chair, Allison Herren Lee, Joins the Firm as Of Counsel

“[Whistleblowers] display extraordinary bravery to expose fraud and wrongdoing, and to shine light in some very dark places. In doing so, they reinforce our fundamental values – that the rule of law matters, and no one is, or should be, above the law.” - "Whistleblowers Face Tremendous Odds," Statement of Commissioner Lee, Sept. 2020