Vat fraud: Interdisciplinary Research on Tax crimes in the European Union
(Grant Agreement no: 878619)
VIRTEU benefits from the participation of a group of internationally renowned Impact Partners. Such a partnership of organisations will provide the Core Research Team with valuable advice on how to enhance the impact of the research focusing on how to mitigate the adverse effects of tax crimes and tax corruption.
Constantine Cannon is an international law firm with two renowned practices: antitrust and representing whistleblowers. Founded in 1994 in New York City, Constantine Cannon has more than 65 attorneys working coast to coast – in New York, Washington, D.C., San Francisco – and in London, where our global practice supports clients throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Far East, across more than a dozen languages.
Mary Inman is a partner in Constantine Cannon’s London Office. After 20+ years representing whistleblowers in the U.S., she moved to London in 2017 to launch the firm’s international whistleblower practice. She specializes in representing whistleblowers worldwide under American reward programs. Her efforts on behalf of British whistleblower Andrew Patrick, were featured in a recent New York Times article. Her successful representation of three whistleblowers exposing fraud in the Medicare Advantage program was featured in a recent New Yorker magazine article. Mary is a recognized expert and frequent author and speaker on areas related to the application of the American whistleblower laws internationally and the use of whistleblower laws worldwide.
Michael Ronickher is a partner in the Washington, DC, office of Constantine Cannon LLP. He represents a broad range of whistleblowers, including in financial fraud, healthcare, and defense cases. Michael also draws on long experience in the U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division, to represent numerous individuals who have exposed illegal tax avoidance through the U.S. IRS’s whistleblower program.
Carolina Gonzalez is a senior associate in the London office of Constantine Cannon LLP. She acts on behalf of international whistleblowers under various US whistleblower reward programs, including the SEC, IRS, and CFTC as well as other whistleblower reward programs in Canada and Asia. Carolina has particular expertise on matters involving corruption, sanctions, and money laundering violations.