Legal Advice for Whistleblowing — 37 results
Written by attorney Joseph Griffith, almost 5 years ago.
Hospice Fraud in South Carolina & the U.S. for Consumers, Whistleblowers & SC Attorneys, Lawyers & Law Firms (Part 1) Hospice fraud in South Carolina and the United States is an increasing... more
Written by attorney Christopher Davis, over 1 year ago.
What is the False Claims Act (aka Lincoln Law)?
The False Claims Act (also known as the "Lincoln Law") is a federal law which imposes liability on any person or company (most often federal... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Tycko, about 6 years ago.
Understand The Basics Of The Law Only certain types of fraud violate the False Claims Act, and only people with certain types of information can bring qui tam lawsuits.
Not every false... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Stewart, over 2 years ago.
Under its new Dodd-Frank whistleblower program, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has issued its first payout of $50,000. The program rewards people who provide the SEC with... more
Written by attorney Mark D. Walters, about 3 years ago.
Seattle Whistleblower Attorneys, Mark D. Walters of Bellevue, and Daniel D. DeLue of Seattle, Washington represented relator Ryan Sims, Snohomish, Washington in the False Claims Act case... more
Written by attorney Rosanne Felicello, over 3 years ago.
On Friday, August 12, 2011, the United States Securities
Exchange Commissions new Whistleblower Provisions go into effect. Here
are the key points you should know if you manage a public... more
Written by attorney Joseph Griffith, about 6 years ago.
Federal False Claims Act ("FCA") for Whistleblower & Qui Tam Fraud Plaintiffs, Relators & their Lawyers/Attorneys - Part 1 A suit under the federal False Claims Act (FCA), also known as a “... more