September 8, 2017

Wells Fargo Whistleblower Suit Revived by U.S. Appeals Court

Benjamin Franklin

As reported by Reuters, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York has ordered the federal district court to revisit a whistleblower lawsuit against Wells Fargo filed by former employees who allege they were fired after seeking to report misconduct by lenders that Wells Fargo later absorbed. The alleged misbehavior predates Wells Fargo’s massive…

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September 30, 2016

Policing The Banks Needs to Be An Inside Job

Bank building

The New York Times has published an excellent editorial piece reviewing the landscape of bank fraud, regulation, and the systems in place — or lack of systems in place — to foster the critical insider reporting on fraud and misconduct inside our nation’s largest banks necessary to keep those banks’ behavior within the law.

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