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Study Shows Whistleblowers Help Curb Fraud

According to a study by Jaron H. Wilde at the University of Iowa (an assistant professor of accounting in the Tippie College of Business), whistleblowers...

Medical Device Manufacturer Triggered False Claims Act Liability by Allegedly Submitting False NIH Grant Application

Each year, the federal government doles out billions of dollars in grant money, some of which is acquired or used based upon fraudulent misrepresentations made...

Speaker Program Kickbacks: How Sham Physician Speaker Programs Fuel Sales of Prescription Drugs

https://youtu.be/YEEIenjvBHI We represent qui tam whistleblowers under the federal False Claims Act. The false claims act is an enormously effective and powerful law and provides...

Why the Crucial Contributions of Whistleblowers Should be Rewarded in False Claims Act Cases

In a Prepared Floor Statement by Senator Chuck Grassley, Chairman, Senate Judiciary Committee on the False Claims Act on July 29, 2015, he talked about...

Daiichi Sankyo Whistleblower Case Returns Over $39 Million to the Government

We recently announced that Daiichi Sankyo had agreed to pay $39, 015, 770 plus interest to resolve our client’s lawsuit. The qui tam case was...

Whistleblowers Can Provide the Evidentiary Catalyst to Criminal Prosecutions

Recently, NPR ran a radio segment on the False Claims Act titled, “How A Law From The Civil War Fights Modern-Day Fraud.” The broadcast did...

United States Supreme Court’s Acceptance of FCA Cases Continues

Every single year, the United States Supreme Court rejects nearly 98% of all cert petitions. However, when it comes to False Claims Act (FCA) cases,...

Is Pharma Saying Goodbye to China?

How do you say goodbye in Chinese? In Mandarin, it’s pronounced “zài jiàn.” In a recent news article, China’s crackdown on GSK (GlaxoSmithKline) could signal broad...

Amended False Claims Act Offers Anti-Retaliation Protection to Healthcare Compliance Employees

Prior to the 2009 False Claims Act (FCA) Amendments, the FCA’s anti-retaliation provision did not particularly benefit Healthcare Compliance Officers and their staff. Under the...

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