When you make the decision to expose fraud, you need a law firm that will zealously advocate on your behalf — to maximize your reward. You can choose Kenney & McCafferty with confidence, thanks to our experienced and accomplished legal team. Our practice focuses exclusively on cases brought under federal and state whistleblower reward programs.
Our lawyers have tried criminal cases both as prosecutors and defense counsel, and have extensive trial experience in civil trial matters. In fact, members of our team have represented whistleblowers in some of the largest False Claims Act litigations in history.
Even before the passage of the new IRS Whistleblower Program, K&M has represented tax whistleblowers in multi-million dollar recoveries by the IRS that resulted in substantial awards for our clients. Only K&M has the experience and expertise to navigate complex tax whistleblower cases with the IRS and obtain significant rewards for our clients.
Our team also includes a forensic accountant and a former IRS agent with three decades of experience investigating tax fraud matters. Robert P. Brennan, an Accountant and Fraud Examiner, MST, CPA, CFE, assists on complex IRS whistleblower matters. Mr. Brennan is a former IRS Revenue Agent named by CPA Magazine as one of the top fifty tax representatives practicing before the IRS.
Mr. Brennan has a Masters in Taxation, is a Certified Public Accountant, and a Certified Fraud Examiner. He has been qualified and has testified as an expert witness for the IRS in numerous criminal tax cases and has authored Internal Revenue Manual sections dealing with reconstructing income. While a Revenue Agent, Mr. Brennan was responsible for the examination of individual, corporate, and partnership returns, specializing in income reconstruction cases.
Since leaving the IRS, he has specialized in a tax practice in whistleblower matters as well as civil and criminal tax matters. His understanding of IRS audit issues and the inner workings of the IRS have been invaluable in helping whistleblowers interact with the IRS.