Mark Matthews Weighs in on Lessons Learned From Pandemic Fraud

Bloomberg Law

The Lamborghinis, Gucci, and jewelry individuals allegedly bought using pandemic business relief funds underscore the work ahead for law enforcement as Democrats ready another stimulus bill.

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Lessons learned from how fraud occurred with PPP loans may help government officials plug any leaks in the system, said Mark Matthews, a Member at Caplin & Drysdale and former official with the IRS and the Justice Department’s Tax Division.

“Between enforcement and program changes, you generally start to bring the rate of fraud down,” he said.

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