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Can President Trump Roll Back Dodd-Frank?

In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Less than a decade after the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of 1929, Congress and President Trump are poised… Read More
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Appeals Court Rules Against Arbitrating False Claims Act Case

Those in the legal world have come to understand the increasing power of arbitration agreements for resolving disputes. Years ago, if you had a problem with another person or organization and negotiation wouldn’t work, both parties understood that… Read More
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Jury Awards Millions To Employee Fired For Reporting Suspected FCPA Violations

In a case that should give those companies violating federal law cause of concern, a jury recently ruled in favor of an employee who had been terminated for reporting suspected violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”). The jurors… Read More
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Medical Equipment Supplier Agrees to Pay United States $898,523.08 to Resolve Fraud Claims Brought by Whistleblower Represented by Brady & Associates

Mark Kistler and Michael Brady of the law firm Brady & Associates represented whistleblower Jeremy Novak in a case involving a medical equipment supplier overcharging federal health care programs.  O’Connor Medical Supply, Inc. and its owner,… Read More
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Record-Setting Settlement Announced Involving Electronic Health Records

When we think of False Claims Act cases, the most common examples in the news involve companies in the financial industry, government contractors and health care providers. Though these categories of companies represent typical False Claims Act cases… Read More
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Insurers Accused of Medicare Advantage Fraud

Most people understand that spending in the medical industry is out of control. Health care spending represents an astonishing figure, something like 17% of the value of the U.S. economy, an amount almost impossible to comprehend. With so much money… Read More
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Wells Fargo In Trouble Over Its Treatment Of Whistleblowers

When it comes to whistleblowers, Wells Fargo hasn’t had a particularly good track record in recent years. In fact, some have described the workplace culture at the financial institution as troubled, one where the company goes out of its way to stym… Read More
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Senators Introduce New Whistleblower Protections

Advocates for whistleblower protection in the U.S. Senate have taken steps to extend help to those reporting tax fraud. Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Wyden recently proposed a new piece of legislation aimed at encouraging those with knowledge of ta… Read More
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Health Care Industry Takes Note After Nine-Figure Whistleblower Verdict

We’ve previously discussed whistleblower claims in the context of the Wall Street firms, main street banks and defense subcontractors. Though these represent a large share of whistleblower awards, there are many other claims making their way throug… Read More
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Whistleblowers Get Boost From the Supreme Court

A recent Supreme Court decision comes as a welcome relief to two bank whistleblowers who invested years of their lives fighting their former employer in court. The two saw evidence of wrongdoing and raised concerns to their superiors and were fired f… Read More
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