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SEC Chairman Rejects Caps on Awards to Whistleblowers

Yesterday the Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton appeared to cave-in to common sense when he announced […]

Puerto Rico Passes its Brand New False Claims Act

Thanks to Robert Patten of Taxpayers Against Fraud for letting the legal community know that today is a […]

Tragic Duck Boat Accident in Branson

We don’t really know yet for sure what happened or why so many people lost their lives in […]

Lance Armstrong, Floyd Landis, and the False Claims Act

Today’s Washington Post Sports Section provides this perspective on an important False Claims Act case: “For Armstrong, Thursday’s […]

United States and Toyobo Case Has Ended

Almost everyone who worked on the unbelievably long litigation settled last week between the United States and Toyobo […]

The Strange Case of Jeffrey Wertkin

One area of the Strange Case of Jeffrey Wertkin appears to be coming to a close. Mr. Wertkin […]

Are Whistleblowers Underpaid?

Well, here’s a really interesting number from the New York Times today and I think it proves a […]

Qui Tam 2017 Year In Review

The Year in Whistleblower Reward Law has Been Tricky, but Exciting. The United States just released statistics on […]

The Aftermath of Bountygate: Whistleblowing in the NFL

Well Sports fans here we go: METAIRIE, La. — New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton expressed his astonishment […]

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 […]