Who We Are

Why Our Clients Keep Coming Back To Nolan Auerbach & White.

Our law firm is comprised of hardworking, tough yet compassionate attorneys and support staff.  We fully understand what it is like to stand in the shoes of a whistleblower. We are passionate about each of our clients and their cases, and we are dedicated to the pursuit and prosecution of healthcare fraud.

With decades of happy clients, successful cases, published articles, speaking engagements, and awards behind us, we know and understand the complex regulatory and legal framework and reimbursement of Medicare, Medicaid, and other government healthcare programs.  We also know and understand healthcare services and become particularly concerned when our potential clients have knowledge that patient harm has occurred/is occurring. Medicare fraud and Medicaid fraud is our business – our only business.

We also know that whistleblower rewards are well-deserved and needed. As an insider, the whistleblower is in the best position to understand the extent of the fraud. Those insiders that become qui tam whistleblowers are the first (and sometimes the only) people with the courage and fortitude to speak up. For most of our clients, money is not the primary motivator for them to call us and proceed with a qui tam lawsuit.  Even so, we believe that our clients should be handsomely rewarded, whether they need that incentive or not.

Representing whistleblowers in Healthcare Fraud cases is all we do.  We have been exclusively helping Healthcare Fraud whistleblowers vindicate themselves, further their patriotic instincts, and achieve recoveries for them and the United States for nearly two decades – far longer than any other law firm in the nation.

Upon being contacted by you and discussing the details of your case as a potential client, we will review the facts with you and give you initial feedback as to whether we need more information and/or whether we can proceed further. We use a myriad of resources to determine viability; combined with our experience, we will make an initial decision on whether your potential Healthcare Fraud qui tam case would be appropriate for us to further investigate, and if the investigation warrants, pursue the case. We will then expand the investigation and, if viable, file the qui tam case on your behalf.

From that point forward, we use our collective resources and experience to prosecute your case. One or more of our partners will be responsible for leading your case, from its investigatory stage, all the way to the end of the litigation phase.

Our law firm enjoys a long list of accolades in the field of Healthcare Fraud whistleblowers, and we enjoy a fine reputation with our colleagues and the Department of Justice. Simply put, we are the most successful law firm that has solely prosecuted healthcare fraud whistleblower cases for nearly two decades.

We are proud of our accomplishments, but first and foremost, we are honored to stand with those who exhibit the courage and perseverance to do what is right. Please feel free to contact us today to see if, and to what extent, we can help you.

Kathleen Hawkins

Dignity Health
$37 million

Kathleen Hawkins, RN MSN, had been employed by Defendant, Catholic Healthcare West (CHW) for approximately 6 years when she decided she had had enough of trying to change the hospital system from within.

CHW, a California not-for-profit corporation that operated hospitals in California, Arizona, and Nevada, was at the time the eighth largest hospital system in the nation and the largest not-for-profit hospital provider in California.


Joe Strom

Johnson & Johnson
$184 Million

Joe Strom contacted us in 2005. We were very grateful that he did. We immediately formed an all-star legal team and a process to stop a very harmful pharmaceutical marketing strategy. It was this process we set into motion that ultimately returned hundreds of millions of dollars to the U.S. Treasury, and a portion of that, very well-deserved, into Joe’s bank account.

Joe told us a very troubling story about the off-label promotion of a pharmaceutical drug for patients who already suffered from chronic heart failure.


Bruce A. Moilan Sr.

$27 Million

Bruce Moilan was a seasoned hospital systems expert by the time he contacted our Firm. At the time he decided to file his qui tam lawsuit, he was employed by South Texas Health System as a System Director for Materials Management. In this position, he oversaw $24 million in annual purchases of supplies and equipment and helped determine budget, reduction and cost analysis throughout the contract bidding and negotiations process. His job was to insure proper implementation for purchasing, receiving and management of inventory, for McAllen Hospitals, L.P.


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