A library of case studies relating to many forms of white collar crime ranging from money laundering to terrorist financing, from bribery and corruption to tax evasion, healthcare, benefits and insurance fraud and many more.
Nikolai Tehin was an immigrant to the USA from Russia. He found ways to pay his own way through the long and expensive process of qualifying as a lawyer. For more than 30 years, he represented a wide range of clients and enjoyed the rewards, including a house worth some USD8 million in 2004, a 73-foot yacht and a number of expensive cars. But he funded his lifestyle from illegally dipping into clients' funds.
Gilbert G. Lundstrom of Lincoln, Nebraska, USA is 74 years old. He's been sentenced to 11 years in jail for his part in a scheme to hide more than USD100 million in losses from shareholders and investors in TierOne bank. He's also been fined USD1.2 million.
On 4th January 2016, Hovik Simitian, 48, of Los Angeles, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud. His actions were in concert with others and were examples of a long-running type of fraud that has long afflicted the healthcare system.