Tag Archives: Covid-19

Insider Trading on the Coronavirus? Not So Novel, After All

By Sara Kropf There have been heartwarming stories of good deeds during the coronavirus pandemic, from the adorable (kids helping elderly neighbors) to the downright heroic (doctors and nurses risking their own lives). But one particularly viral (pun intended) covid-19 … Continue reading

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OIG Investigations in the Time of Coronavirus: Time and Attendance Fraud by Federal Employees

A personal note: We hope everyone is safe and healthy right now. We aren’t going to spam your email with what our plans are for these strange and scary times. (If you want to know, we’re working hard for our … Continue reading

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