Bernie Maddoff

A Wells Fargo Subprime Mortgage Fraud Story With A Happy Ending Approaching For Whistleblowers

As Wells Fargo digs out from its fake account scandal – an issue that was ignored despite numerous internal bank and SEC whistleblower complaints – whistleblowers in a different instance highlight how a pattern of behavior occurred. For Mark Schorr, an attorney at Crow and Cushing who monitors whistleblower cases, the story of former bank executives Robert Kraus and Paul Bishop is a cautionary tale that provides hope -- showing how progress is . . .


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