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MARC S. RASPANTI is a name partner of Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, LLP. He practices in the areas of White Collar Criminal Defense; Federal and State Qui Tam Litigation; Criminal, Civil and Administrative Health Care Fraud Litigation; and Complex Commercial Litigation. Mr. Raspanti is the founder of the firm's national Affirmative Qui Tam practice group as well as the firm's White Collar Criminal Defense practice group.


In March 1999, Philadelphia Magazine named Mr. Raspanti one of the best white collar criminal defense lawyers in Philadelphia. Following that honor, Mr. Raspanti was selected by his peers as one of Pennsylvania's Super Lawyers from 2004 through 2013 in the field of White Collar Criminal Defense, an honor reserved for 5% of the Pennsylvania Bar. In addition, in 2007 through 2013 he was listed as one of the Top 100 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers. In 2008 through 2013, he was selected as one of the Top 100 Philadelphia Super Lawyers. He was also selected by his peers for the 2006 through 2013 editions of Best Lawyers in America in the area of Health Care Law litigation.


In 2012, Mr. Raspanti was elected as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an organization devoted to recognizing outstanding civil and criminal trial lawyers in the United States and Canada. LexisNexis® Martindale-Hubbell® also recognizes Mr. Raspanti as an AV® Preeminent™ rated attorney, the highest such rating available to any individual lawyer in both legal ability and ethical standards.


While attending Temple University School of Law, Mr. Raspanti served as President of the Moot Court Board from 1983 to 1984. Mr. Raspanti was on the Board of Governors of the Justinian Society, having served as Secretary to the Society from 1998 to 2002. He is also a member of the Silver Council and Executive Business Council of the National Italian American Foundation. His past legal positions include Assistant District Attorney at the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office, as well as working for several well-respected Philadelphia litigation firms.


Mr. Raspanti is a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL) and an active member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL). He also serves on the Federal Bar Association’s Committee on Criminal Law as well as the Committee on Complex Crimes Litigation. Within the American Bar Association, Mr. Raspanti currently serves on the Sub-Committee on White Collar Crime and as the National Co-Chair of the Criminal Justice Section White Collar Sub-Committee on Qui Tam Litigation. 


Mr. Raspanti has been recognized as a national leader in his field by such organizations as Law Dragon 500 magazine and the US Healthcare Expert Guide. Mr. Raspanti is a member of the Health Care Compliance Association, and the American Health Lawyers Association, as well as Taxpayers Against Fraud where he frequently lectures and writes on current topics of interest.


In the area of White Collar Criminal Defense, Mr. Raspanti served as lead trial counsel in a number of complex, high-profile white collar criminal cases. In United States of America v. General Electric Company, he defended a former executive of the General Electric Company charged with criminal defense procurement fraud in a four-month jury trial. This case, which involved thousands of documents and hundreds of witnesses, was one of the longest and most complex white collar criminal trials ever tried in Pennsylvania. More recently, Mr. Raspanti successfully obtained an acquittal, after a lengthy jury trial, of a dermatologist charged with 79 counts of health care fraud in federal district court in Philadelphia.


In the area of Qui Tam litigation, Mr. Raspanti has served and continues to serve as lead counsel in numerous high profile cases including, United States ex rel. Robert J. Merena v. SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratories, as well as co-lead counsel in United States ex rel. Bradford Hunt & Walter Gauger v. Merck-Medco Managed Care, LLC and in United States ex rel. James T. Monahan v. St. Barnabas Health System. Since 1989, Mr. Raspanti has been involved in the recovery of over $1.8 billion for state and federal taxpayers.


From June 2007 through January 2010, Mr. Raspanti was appointed as a Commissioner by Governor Edward G. Rendell as the criminal defense representative to serve on the Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing. The Commission creates a state-wide sentencing policy which promotes fair, consistent sentencing practices in order to provide judges with a common reference point for sentencing those convicted of felonies and misdemeanors. Mr. Raspanti was previously appointed by Governor Rendell to serve as a Commissioner on the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency.


On January 27, 2003, under recommendation from Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania appointed Mr. Raspanti to the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board for a term of six years which concluded on January 27, 2009. He served as Chair of the Board’s education committee. Prior to his appointment to the 16-person Disciplinary Board, Mr. Raspanti had served for almost six years as a Philadelphia Disciplinary Hearing Committee Member.


Mr. Raspanti frequently speaks, writes, lectures and comments on white collar, qui tam and health care fraud issues throughout the country. He served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Hamline University School of Law in Minnesota where he taught classes in health care fraud and pharmaceutical and medical device fraud.

In 1984, Mr. Raspanti received his J.D. from the Temple University School of Law.  In 1979, he earned his B.A., cum laude, from Villanova University.

He is admitted to practice in all courts in Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia (inactive), New York state and numerous federal courts. 


Practice areas


  1. Health Care: 34%
  2. Criminal Defense: 33%
  3. White Collar Crime: 33%

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Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, LLP

1818 Market Street
Suite 3402
Philadelphia, PA, 19103-3636


NYCurrently registered 200803/07/2016
DCInactive 199307/05/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Best Lawyer, Health CareBest Lawyers in America2013
Top 100 Philadelphia Super LawyersSuper Lawyers Magazine2013
Top 100 Pennsylvania Super LawyerSuper Lawyers Magazine2013
Super LawyersSuper Lawyers Magazine2013
American College of Trial LawyersAmerican College of Trial Lawyers2012
Best Lawyer, Health CareBest Lawyers in America2012
Top 100 Philadelphia Super LawyerSuper Lawyers Magazine2012
Top 100 Pennsylania Super LawyersSuper Lawyers Magazine2012
Super LawyersSuper Lawyers Magazine2012
Super LawyersThomson Reuters2011
Super LawyersThomson Reuters2010
Super LawyersLaw & Politics2009
Super LawyersLaw & Politics2008
Super LawyersLaw & Politics2007
Super LawyersLaw & Politics2006
Super LawyersLaw & Politics2005
Super LawyersLaw & Politics2004
Association namePosition nameDuration
National Association of Criminal Defense LawyersVice Chair of the White Collar Crime CommitteeN/A
Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and DelinquencyFormer MemberN/A
The Justinian SocietyBoard of GovernorsN/A
National Italian American Foundation Silver CouncilMemberN/A
Federal Bar AssociationCommittee on Complex Crimes LitigationN/A
Federal Bar Association CommitteeCommittee on Criminal LawN/A
Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense LawyersMemberN/A
Pennsylvania Commission on SentencingCommission MemberN/A
Health Care Compliance AssociationMemberN/A
American Health Lawyers AssociationMemberN/A
American Bar AssociationSub-Committee on Qui TamN/A
American Bar AssociationSub-Committee on White Collar CrimeN/A
American Bar AssociationCommittee on Complex Crimes LitigationN/A
Federal Bar AssociationQui Tam SectionN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
The Legal IntelligencerThe Tar Heel State Steps Up Its Fight Against Fraud2012
AHLA ConnectionsWho Is Enforcing the Stark Law of the United States2012
The Legal Intelligencer“The IRS’s Proposed Amendments to Its Informant Award Program”2011
The Legal IntelligencerProposed SEC Rules Undermine Dodd-Frank's Whistleblower Incentives2011
The Legal IntelligencerSen. Stevens' Tragic Demise Breathed Life Into Brady2011
American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA)Why is Qui Tam Litigation Often So Difficult to Resolve?2011
TAF Quarterly ReviewRecent Qui Tam Fee Awards2011
The Legal IntelligencerWhat's Next for the Year-Old SEC Whistleblower Program?2011
The Legal IntelligencerDefense Contracting Fraud Prosecutions: Is the Past Prologue?2010
Bench & Bar of MinnesotaThe Minnesota False Claims Act: Is It Minnesota Nice?2010
Cardozo Law ReviewStates, Statutes and Fraud: A Study of Emerging State Efforts to Combat White Collar Crime2010
24th Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime Course Materials BookDaubert Challenges to Experts in Federal Criminal Cases: A Still Underutilized Defense2010
The Champion magazineAnatomy of a Federal Health Care Fraud Prosecution2009
New Jersey Law JournalThe Employment Protection and Anti-Discrimination Provisions of the New Jersey State False Claims Act2009
The Legal IntelligencerThe 'New' New Jersey False Claims Act: It was Born to Run2009
The Legal IntelligencerA Sea Change in Government Contracts2009
Journal of Health Care Compliance (CCH)Compliance and Governance for Health Care Organizations and Marketing and Sales Activities2009
Café Pharma WebsiteIn Defense of Healthcare Sales Representatives2009
TAF Quarterly Review, Volume 52, AprilHow Best to Get Paid After a Successful Qui Tam Case2009
The Champion magazineWill an Internal Independent Investigation Always Make a Difference to a Corporation2009
St. John's Law ReviewWhy Do They Do It? The Motives, Mores, and Character of White Collar Criminals2008
Medicare and Medicaid Fraud and AbuseInvestigations2008
Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) HandbookWill an Independent Internal Investigation Always Make a Difference to a Corporation2008
The Champion magazineCriminal and Regulatory Investigations: You May Be Covered2008
HCCA Compliance TodayThe CPT Trap: Why Following the Code Does Not Protect You from Prosecution for Health Care Fraud2007
The Champion magazineWhy Isn't Every White Collar Defense Lawyer Using a Jury Questionnaire?2007
The Champion magazineWhat's Really So Important About an Effective Compliance Program?2007
Health Lawyers Weekly (AHLA)Can an Independent Internal Investigation Make a Difference?2007
Health Lawyers NewsModern False Claims Act Liability: Cradle to Grave Liability? - Part II2007
Health Lawyers NewsModern False Claims Act Liability: Cradle to Grave Liability?-Part I2006
BNA's Health Care Fraud ReportAnalysis & Perspective: Should False Claims Act Cases Be Mediated and, if So, by Whom?2006
The Champion magazineGetting to Reasonableness - Crafting an Effective Downward Departure Post-Booker2006
Health Lawyers NewsFalse Claims Act Damages: 'One Size Doesn't Fit All2006
American Bar Association Committee on Criminal LitigationTips from the Trenches: A Corporation's Response to Search Warrants2006
Journal of Health Care Compliance (CCH)When the Wolf is At Your Door: Surviving the Execution of a Search Warrant2006
Tulane Law ReviewStates, Statutes and Fraud: An Empirical Study of Emerging State False Claims Acts2005
ABA Section on Litigation Committee on Criminal LitigationThe Incredible Shrinking Privilege: Conversations Between Corporate Counsel and Former Employees May No Longer Be Privileged or Protected2005
Health Law HandbookWhen Does Economic Credentialing Violate the Anti-Kickback Statute?2002
BNA Health Care Fraud ReporterAnalysis and Perspective; Using Fraud and Abuse Laws to Challenge Purely Economic Credentialing2002
Health Law Handbook"Deterring Employees from Becoming Whistleblowers and Defending Against Whistleblower Suits Brought by Employees2001
Cardio Source Web SitePotential Fraud and Abuse Problems: Case Studies in the Real World - Are You Ready? Drug and Device Manufacturers1999
Health Law HandbookThe Qui Tam Provisions of the False Claims Act: Theory, Practice and Procedure1998
Health Care Fraud Report, Bureau of National AffairsThe SmithKline Settlement, A Case Study: Department of Justice v. Qui Tam Relators1998
American Medical NewsWhen an Auditor Calls: 10 Steps to Reduce Your Risk1998
ABA Health Law LitigationThe Qui Tam Provisions of the False Claims Act: Even Success Has Its Challenges1996
Legal IntelligencerTeaching Hospitals Face Difficult Risk Analysis1996
The Philadelphia LawyerHealth Care Fraud, The Government's Next Campaign1994
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Temple University - James E. Beasley School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1984
Villanova UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1979
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
American Bar AssociationABA Health Fraud2015
HCCA Compliance InstituteNegotiating False Claims Act Settlements and Corporate Integrity Agreements2013
ABA National False Claims Act and Qui Tam Trial InstituteDirect and Cross of Plaintiffs' Witness2013
PBI's 19th Annual Health Law InstituteWhat Should You Know About the Medicare Part D Program But Were Afraid to Ask2012
PBI's 18th Annual Health Law InstituteWhy Are the State False Claims Acts of Importance to Health Care Practitioners?2012
PACDL's White Collar Practice SeminarReflecting on Whitewater: Lessons in the Art of Negotiating Proffer Agreements Through the Prism of a Presidential Crisis2012
North Carolina Bar Association CLENorth Carolina False Claims Act2012
ALI-ABA Video WebcastFalse Claims Act and Qui Tam Provisions: New Developments You Must Know2012
AHLA/HCAA Fraud & Compliance ForumCandid Observations and Insights by Experienced Counsel2012
AHLA Fraud Boot Camp Webinar SeriesFederal Civil False Claims Act2012
ACBA Federal Courts Section CLEHealthcare Qui Tams from the Relator's Perspective2012
ABA National Institute on the Civil False Claims Act and Qui Tam EnforcementRecent Developments on Liability2012
ABA 2012 Mid-Year MeetingResolving Qui Tam Litigation and the Use of Mediation2012
Qui Tam and the False Claims Act CLE ProgramQui Tam Litigation in the Western District of Pennsylvania: Open for Business2011
American Bar Association“The Proper Care and Feeding of Whistleblowers”2011
ABA White Collar Crime Committee’s Philadelphia Young Lawyers Division CLE ProgramA Powerful Governmental Tool: The False Claims Act2011
ABA 2011 Spring Meeting- Joint Criminal Justice/Litigations Section CLE ProgramsA New Day has Dawned: Federal and State False Claims Acts at the Forefront of Litigation2011
9th Annual Offshore Alert ConferenceAvoiding the Mistakes of the UBS/Birkenfeld Case: Protecting Whistleblowers from Criminal and Civil Liability2011
Rutgers Camden Law SchoolFederal and State Qui Tam Practice2010
Representing the Physician Florida Bar Association SeminarDisclosing Known Overpayments: A Stark New World2010
Pennsylvania Bar Institute SeminarDefending White Collar Cases2010
Pennsylvania Bar Institute "A Day on Health Law"The 10 Things You Want to Know About Whistleblower Suits But Were Afraid to Ask2010
PBI's 16th Annual Health Law InstituteThe 10 Things You Want to Know About Whistleblower Suits But Were Afraid to Ask2010
HCCA and AHLA Fraud and Compliance ForumThe Truth About False Claims Post- US ex rel Hopper vs. Solvay Pharmaceuticals2010
Florida Academy of Healthcare Attorneys and the Florida Healthcare Corporate Compliance Association Annual Education ConferenceFalse Claims Act Developments and Compliance2010
ABA FCA National InstituteState Qui Tam Enforcement2010
ABA 24th National Institute on White Collar Crime ConferenceUsing the Rules of Criminal Procedure to Your Advantage2010
Seminar for NJ JudiciaryNJ False Claims Act2009
PICPA Health Care ConferenceFalse Claims Act 101: The Anatomy of the False Claims Act2009
Pennsylvania Bar InstitutePreparing for the Fight of Your Life: Anatomy of a Healthcare Fraud Prosecution2009
Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers ConferenceThe Economic Crisis: Criminal Law Implications of the Causes and The Government’s Stimulus Program2009
Ninth Annual Taxpayers Against Fraud Education FundLessons We Learned the Hard Way: 35 Years of Spills, Thrills, and Even Some Kills2009
New Jersey Judicial CollegeNJ False Claims Act2009
Health Care Compliance Association’s Compliance InstituteNegotiating False Claims Act Settlements2009
Hamline University School of LawIndustry Spotlight: Drugs, Devices, and the False Claims Act2009
Civil Legal Education Committee SeminarQui Tam Litigation2009
American Health Lawyers Association Public Interest CommitteeConvener on Stark Law2009
ABA Fraud ConferenceAlternative Dispute Resolution in Fraud Cases2009
PICPA Health Care ConferenceCurrent Trends in Fraud Prosecutions2008
Pennsylvania Bar InstituteLegal, Ethical and Practical Considerations for Conducting Internal Investigations After Enron & KPMG: The Role of the Attorney2008
National Constitution Center's Audio ConferenceHow to Conduct an Internal Investigation2008
Health Care Compliance Association's 12th Annual Compliance InstituteTheories of Liability and Defenses Under the False Claims Act2008
Health and Hospital Law SectionThe New Jersey False Claims Act: Risks for Providers; Opportunities for Whistleblowers2008
Hamline University School of LawOff Label Marketing of Prescription Drugs and Devices2008
Eighth Annual Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund ConferenceFleshing Out Your Complaint, Obtaining Evidence: A Case Study2008
Eighth Annual Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund ConferencePharma Fraud: AWP & Beyond2008
Drexel University Health Care Fraud ClassQui Tam Litigation: A Litigator’s Perspective2008
American Health Lawyers Association Fraud and Compliance ForumNegotiating the Resolution of Healthcare Fraud Allegations2008
American Bar Association 7th National InstituteCivil False Claims Act and Qui Tam Enforcement2008
ALI-ABA Telephone Seminar / Audio WebcastWhat To Do When the Feds Come Calling2008
14th Annual Health Law InstitutePreparing for the Fight of your Life: Anatomy of a Healthcare Fraud Prosecution2008
Society for Vascular Ultrasound 2007 Current Issues ConferencePACDL's For the Experienced: The Ultimate Criminal Law CLE2007
PACDL's For the Experienced: The Ultimate Criminal Law CLEAnatomy of a Healthcare Fraud Trial2007
Health Care Compliance Association's 11th Annual Compliance InstituteTheories of Liability and Defenses Under the False Claims Act2007
False Claims Litigation in FloridaFundamentals and Recent Developments of Civil False Claims Act and Qui Tam Litigation2007
American Bar Association's 17th Annual National Institute on Health Care FraudFederal False Claims Act Developments2007
American Bar Association 21st Annual National Institute on White Collar CrimeSuccessful Strategies in Managing a White Collar Investigation2007
The Pennsylvania Bar Institute's A Day on Health LawAn Insider's Look at How the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Process Works: A Practitioner's Primer2006
American Health Lawyers Association Fraud & Compliance ForumCan Qui Tam Lawsuits Be Avoided?2006
American Bar AssociationHealth Care Fraud Enforcement: Insiders Predict the Future2006
The Philadelphia Young Lawyers Division of the ABA White Collar Crime CommitteeWinning Pretrial Motions2005
The Florida Healthcare Corporate Compliance AssociationThe Growing Whistleblower Threat...and What to Do About It2005
Health Care Fraud InstituteState False Claims Act & Qui Tam Enforcement2005
Health Care Compliance Certification ProgramHealth Care Compliance Certification Program2005
For the Experienced: The Ultimate Criminal Law CLEAttorney Client Privilege and Preserving Documents Post Morgan Stanley2005
Annual MeetingThe Criminalization of Regulated Conduct and Handling the Defense of a Criminal Investigation2005
Advanced National Forum on False Claims Act Enforcement and LitigationPractical Strategies for Bringing and Defending Qui Tam and FCA Cases2005
Rutgers University School of Law and Urban PolicyProtecting Whistleblowers-Litigation Strategies2004
Physicians and Physician OrganizationsWhy Can't We Just Get Along?2004
Health Care Compliance Certification ProgramHealth Care Compliance Certification Program2004
Health Care Compliance Certification ProgramThe Perspective of Qui Tam Relators Counsel2004
ConferencePublic & Private Partnerships: The Investigation & Prosecution of a Qui Tam Matter2004
5th Annual National Health Institute on the Civil False Claims Act and Qui Tam EnforcementState Qui Tam Enforcement2004
14th Annual National Institute on Health Care FraudQui Tam/ Relators and other Plaintiffs Counsel2004
Villanova School of LawCareers in Criminal Law2003
National Conference on Qui Tam LitigationNational Conference on Qui Tam LitigationPre-trial Motion Practice Under the False Claims Act2003
National Conference for Relators' CounselChoosing Qui Tam Cases Wisely2003
Compliance MeetingAppropriate Interviewing Techniques During Internal Investigations2003
American Health Lawyers AssociationQui Tam Lawsuits And The False Claims Act2003
2003 Current Issues ConferenceCurrent Status of False Claims Litigation2003
Tax Payers Against Fraud ConferenceTax Payers Against Fraud Conference2002
Strategies for Success XIFraud & Abuse from All Sides: Case Studies in the Real World - Are You Ready?2002
Pharmaceutical Regulatory and Compliance Congress and Best Practices ForumQui Tam Panel2002
HCCA Program in collaboration with Microsoft CorporationCorporate Responsibility: Compliance & Ethics Programs2002
Current Issues ConferenceCurrent Status of False Claims Litigation2002
American Academy of OphthalmologyLegal Primer 2002: Compliance and Health Care Fraud2002
6th Annual Compliance Strategies/UCG SeminarHow to Stay on the Right Side of Fraud and Abuse Laws2002
UCG Fraud & Abuse 101 Medicare/Physician Compliance AlertUCG Fraud & Abuse 101 Medicare/Physician Compliance Alert2001
Qui Tam ConferenceQui Tam Conference2001
Philadelphia Trial Lawyers AssociationEthics for the Trial Lawyer2001
Norcal ConferenceNorcal Conference2001
Mealey's Qui Tam ConferenceMealey's Qui Tam Conference2001
Mealey's Nursing Home Litigation ConferenceMealey's Nursing Home Litigation Conference2001
Fraud InstituteFraud Institute2001
Fraud & Compliance ForumRecent Developments in Qui Tam/Relator Law2001
Conference at the Physicians and Physician Organizations Law InstituteConference at the Physicians and Physician Organizations Law Institute2001
Annual Health Care ConferenceAnnual Health Care Conference2001
American Academy of OphthalmologyOphthalmology Fraud and Compliance in 2001: An Odd Odyssey2001
Third Annual National Congress on Health Care ComplianceQui Tam Relator and Relations Counsel Panel2000
Second Annual National Institute on The Civil False Claims Act and Qui Tam EnforcementWrongful Discharge Claims Under 3730(h) and State Law2000
Mealey's Qui Tam Provisions of the False Claims Act ConferenceMealey's Qui Tam Provisions of the False Claims Act Conference: A Practitioner's Forum2000
Fraud & Abuse 101 Medicare Compliance Alert ConferenceThere May Be a Whistleblower in Your Organization2000
Annual MeetingThe Knock at the Door: Defending False Claims and Qui Tam Actions2000
Fourth Annual Health Law InstituteFourth Annual Health Law Institute1998
Federal Bench Bar ConferenceQui Tam Practice and Procedure1998
Christiana Care CorporationWhat Should You Be Worried About As A Medical Provider?1998
Third Annual Health Law InstituteThird Annual Health Law Institute1997
National Health Lawyers Association/American Academy of Healthcare AttorneysAnatomy of a Whistleblower Case1997
ConferenceManaged Health Care Liability: Avoidance and Defense1997
Pennsylvania Bar Institute2nd Annual Health Law Institute1996
National Health Care Lawyers AssociationMasters Program1996
Fraud and Abuse Conference ArlingtonFraud and Abuse Conference Arlington1996
Conference on Health Care FraudConference on Health Care Fraud1996
Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public AccountantsHealth Care Fraud1995
National Health Lawyers AssociationFalse Claims1995
Health Law InstituteHealth Law Institute1995
Forensic AccountantsHealth Care Fraud Seminar for Accountants1995
Criminal Defense of Health Care FraudCriminal Defense of Health Care Fraud1995
Education Program for Certified Public Accountants,Advising Your Health Care Clients on How To Avoid Health Care Fraud1994
WWDB-FMHealth Care Fraud1993
WHYY-FM Philadelphia Public RadioWhistleblowers1993
Office of Legal Education - Department of JusticeAffirmative Civil Litigation1993