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Whistleblower Efforts Likely Result in SEC Charging Celadon Executives

As part of our continuing effort to award credit to whistleblowers, today we identify the scheme and promise […]

BREAKING NEWS – $5 Million Settlement in the Case of U.S. Ex. Rel. Palombo

I’m happy to report that the Defendants are paying $5 million to settle the allegations raised in the […]

The Dangers of Off Label Promotion in the Pharmaceutical Industry

The largest False Claims Act cases (by far) have involved nationwide scams in the pharmaceutical industry. Many relied on the […]

Presidential Failure: How Pollsters Errors Could Impact False Claims Cases

For those of us who want to use appropriate scientific evidence to fight fraud, the recent failure of […]

State Farm V. Rigsby and the Difficulty of Breaking the Court Seal

It is hard to believe the Supreme Court decided to hear another big False Claims Act case this […]

The Wells Fargo Fiasco and the Complications of Internal Fraud Reporting

It is worth repeating a thousand times: Internal reporting is no substitute for external authority of whistleblowers to […]

Taking It to the Bank: Wells Fargo Fined $185 Million For Creating Phony Customers

So you still think banks should be allowed to regulate themselves? Still not convinced that the biggest banks […]

Refusing SEC Reward Money: Noble Act or Whistleblower Deterrent?

There were two big stories about Security Exchange Comission (SEC) whistleblower rewards in the last couple of weeks. The […]

Breaking Down The Supreme Court’s Decision on Implied Certification Theory

I’m indebted to Stephen Jaffe of the Jaffe Law firm in San Francisco, California for sharing his work […]

Whistleblowing Hot Air: EPA Methane Emissions Monitoring Controversy

There are many problems with fraud committed against the United States and sometimes they can be well addressed […]