Whistleblower key in Sudbury fraud trial

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Net Patrol International Inc.  Data Investigation and Forensic Services
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Trustees

By 2007, it was becoming clear something was not right with the handling of Atlas Copco Canada employee benefits. The warning signs including queries by the new Greater Sudbury-based finance manager to Paul Caron’s numbered company in Montreal about benefit invoice concerns; the switching of benefits brokers in the spring of 2007; and a civil lawsuit launched by Caron’s numbered company in August 2007 for alleged breach of contract after being fired. It is said that Atlas Copco Canada turned its investigation over to Greater Sudbury Police in 2008, and hired Greater Sudbury-based certified forensic examiner Mark Laberge to assist. The trial continues Friday.

Read the full article at The Sudbury Star.