The law firm of Manta & Welge has been hit with a whistleblower lawsuit by a former secretary in its New Jersey office who says she was fired for refusing to lie about how often one of the firm’s lawyers worked there so that he could dodge Philadelphia city wage taxes and trick New Jersey officials into believing it was a “bona fide” office.

Attorney Evan J. Smith of Brodsky & Smith filed the suit in U.S. District Court on behalf of Rhonda Robins who says she was hired in 1990 as a part-time secretary in Manta & Welge’s Princeton, N.J., office.

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