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Danish Media Hails American Whistleblower Attorney as "Dirty Harry" of Financial Crimes

The top whistleblower and qui tam attorney in the United States, Stephen M. Kohn has been named the “Dirty Harry” of Financial crime by the Danish press. Kohn represents Danske Bank whistleblower Howard Wilkinson, who uncovered what some are calling the largest money-laundering scandal in world banking history.

Swiss Bank Whistleblower’s Journey Recounted by Danish Media

Today the Danish publication Borsen, ran a feature article on UBS Whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld in which he talks about his decision to become a whistleblower and what his life is like now.


“Today (October 29, 2018) the Danske Bank whistleblower, Mr. Howard Wilkinson, was informed by Danske Bank that the secrecy agreement the Bank required him to sign in 2014 has been partially waived.

Danske Bank Whistleblower Demands Protection

Washington, D.C. September 27, 2018. Internationally respected whistleblower lawyers have demanded that law enforcement authorities in Estonia and Denmark take immediate action to protect the Danske Bank whistleblower Howard Wilkinson. The whistleblower lawyers’ letter, was triggered by a leak to an Estonia newspaper revealing for the first time the identity of the whistleblower.

Whistleblower Protection Law Firm Challenges SEC’s Proposed Rule Amendments

Legal Experts Take Action after SEC Releases Plans to Cap Whistleblower Rewards

The Problem With SEC's Plan To Cap Whistleblower Awards

Publicly opposed by two of the five SEC commissioners, the central feature of the proposed amendments targets whistleblower compensation and seeks to reduce payments to whistleblowers in the largest anti-fraud cases.

Leading U.S. Whistleblower Attorney Urges France to Adopt Essential Laws

"If France is serious about ending this type of corruption, it should immediately enact laws like the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) with similar or greater incentives.” --Stephen Kohn

WIRED Article Details SEC Whistleblower Case Against Facebook’s Wildlife Black Market

Stephen M. Kohn, partner at Kohn, Kohn and Colapinto, discussed the SEC complaint he filed last year that alleged Facebook was a hotspot for illegal wildlife trafficking.

Congress Demands SEC Investigate Allegations of Wildlife Trafficking on Facebook

Senior members of the House Committee on Natural Resources issued a strong letter to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission demanding an investigation into the illegal wildlife trafficking on Facebook.

International Whistleblower Expert Praises Wildlife Crime Whistleblower Bill

Wildlife Conservation & Anti-Trafficking Act of 2018 was introduced today. This groundbreaking bi-partisan legislation is aimed at making it easier to catch and prosecute poachers, traffickers, and the those involved in the global trade in illegal wildlife and seafood products.

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