Nick or cheat

Robins, Jon
October 2005
Lawyer;10/3/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 38, p23
Trade Publication
Reports on how the decision by Mike Hamersley, a corporate tax law specialist with the California state government, to blow the whistle on KPMG Peat Marwick LLP's sale of tax shelters helped the U.S. Department of Justice nail the accountancy firm. Company's admission of wrongdoing with regard to tax shelters in September 2005; Details of the company's settlement with the government; Hamersley's views on the effect of tax fraud on society; History of Hamersley's career at KPMG.


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