Lessons learned from recent PPP loan and COVID fraud cases

By Sara Lord and Aaron Danzig (March 21, 2022, 5:37 p.m. EDT) – On March 1, in his State of the Union address, President Joe Biden pledged to appoint a chief prosecutor to fight fraud pandemic, to secure increased funding and resources for the U.S. Department of Justice to expand the investigation and prosecution of pandemic fraud and to call on Congress to increase penalties for egregious fraud in the event of pandemic.[1]

On March 10, the department followed through on the announcement that Associate Deputy Attorney General Kevin Chambers will serve as COVID-19 Enforcement Director.[2]

Addressing the Roundtable on Combating COVID-19 Fraud after the announcement, the newly appointed director outlined plans to “target…

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