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 […]

Potential for Fraud Following the Coronavirus Outbreak

Whistleblowers and government lawyers who fight fraud used to think a billion dollars was a lot of money. […]

The IRS Whistleblower Improvement Act and What it Could Mean For IRS Whistleblowers

Just in time for Tax Season, the IRS Whistleblower Law may be getting a much-needed improvement. It may […]

The Role of Whistleblowers in Avoiding the Next Financial Crisis

Nobody really has the answer to the size and dominance of the major banks over all financial life. […]

Australian Whistleblower Reveals Fraudulent Scientists

It is good to see some Court taking the problem of fraudulent scientific research seriously even if that […]

Martin Shkreli and The Case For Whistleblower Protection

Martin Shkreli is the man and he’s just had quite a day. Apparently 24 hours after he faced fraud charges in federal court in Brooklyn, he flew to Washington and both refused to talk to Congress and then went out of his way to insult it.

Wisconsin Walks Away From State FCA

The right to file on behalf of your government and thereby fight fraud is a precious one. Too […]

DC United: States Attorney’s Office Encourages Whistleblower Attorneys

About 30 lawyers from the local qui tam bar accepted the invitation of the U.S. Attorney’s Office Civil Enforcement Section. The session was billed as a seminar on best practices and was led by Deputy Chief Keith Morgan.

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