A whistleblower has filed a suit accusing her former employer, a late Westchester County pathologist, of evading New York income and estate taxes in what is believed to be the state’s first unsealed qui tam estate tax case.

Adam Pollock of Ford O’Brien filed the complaint on Friday afternoon in Manhattan Supreme Court on behalf of Doreen Light, who accuses her former boss, Myron Melamed, of misrepresenting to the state that he lived in Florida while living and working full time in Westchester.

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