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SEC Adopts New Rules Making Whistleblower Program More Transparent

The SEC adopted new rules today, and I guess the real headline is it could be a lot […]

The Truth About Polling Averages and How Misleading They Are

Statistical sampling is often used to measure damages and even demonstrate liability in some False Claims Act cases. […]

Coronavirus Cases to Look for Fraud

I get asked a lot what the new areas of Whistleblower reward law will be and if responses […]

Death and Whistleblower Collections

I bring this subject up reluctantly, because, well, nobody ever really likes to think about what happens if […]

Whistleblower Reward Rules

For the second time this year a vote on proposed SEC Whistleblower rules changes was postponed. It was […]

Zoom and Legal Practice Under the False Claims Act

We’ve all been stuck inside the new normal of life for a long time now, but cases to […]

Civil Fines for False Claims Act Cases Have Recently Been Adjusted

The Civil Fines applicable to False Claims Act Cases were adjusted recently to take into account inflation. That […]

U.S. Treasury Department Asking Public Companies to Return PPP Loans

Perhaps the world is turning just a bit.   After years of complaining about regulations and how oppressive they […]

Holding the Government Accountable for Small Business Loans

Give me some rules with that shake. First it was a story about Shake Shack now it’s Harvard […]

Expanding Telemedicine Reimbursements Could Increase Risk of Fraud

On March 17, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services expanded reimbursements for the use of telemedicine and […]

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