In the 30 years that Sideman & Bancroft‘s Jay Weill spent working in the tax division of the U.S. attorney’s office, he didn’t see a single criminal case over a secret offshore bank account. It was almost impossible for tax authorities to get foreign records, he said, and besides, “There was plenty of work in the United States.”

In the past year alone, much has changed.

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