Category: Pharmaceutical Fraud

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...

Whistleblower Motivations

Nolan Auerbach & White 3 named partners themselves have collectively has represented the interests of whistleblowers for over 50 years! Thousands of potential healthcare whistleblowers...

Medical Device Manufacturers Marketing Pre-1976 Devices for Unapproved Uses

In 1976, Congress amended the FDCA to require any post-1976 devices to be approved via the rigorous Pre-Market Approval (PMA) process, unless the manufacturer could...

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...

Novartis Under Scrutiny for Drug Trial Data Manipulation

False clinical trial data is serious business.  An ex-Novartis employee in Japan has been arrested amid allegations that he used false trial data to promote...

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...

Oops! Did St. Jude Do It Again?

According to news reports dated May 7, 2014, Minnesota-based St. Jude Medical, Inc.  is allegedly facing scrutiny by the Department of Justice for paying kickbacks...

CMS Starts Collecting Physician Payment Data from Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Manufacturers for Public Website

The public will soon have better insight into the amount of funds flowing to healthcare providers from pharmaceutical and medical device companies. On February 18,...

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