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“Prairie Meadows points finger at whistleblower.”

Erika Kelton in the Des Moines Register, 6/28/16.

The total amount of taxes that Prairie Meadows could owe can go back as far as 2012. And while it’s far too early to know the amount of back taxes that could be owed or what settlements the casino could make, a tipster could stand to gain millions of dollars, said Erika Kelton, a partner at Phillips & Cohen, an international law firm that focuses exclusively on representing whistleblowers.

“If there is a whistleblower and the person is qualified as a whistleblower, then, yes, that person could receive a very handsome reward,” said Kelton, whose firm advertises that it has helped its clients obtain more than $1 billion in whistleblower rewards from an array of federal agencies, including the IRS, defense contracts and Medicare fraud.

“Prairie Meadows points finger at whistleblower.”

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