PRACTICE AREAS The Whistleblower attorneys of the Whistleblower Law Collaborative work collaboratively together to represent whistleblowers as their attorneys, and to prepare and present their cases to the US Government for investigations, prosecutions and convictions in complex frauds cases under State and Federal Qui Tam/False Claims Act within these practice areas:

Health Care Programs Fraud

The attorneys of the Whistleblower Law Collaborative offer whistleblowers a unique combination – with proven records of success, deep experience in False Claims Act/Qui Tam law and practice, and a thoughtful but aggressive approaches to helping clients achieve results.

Government Contracts Fraud

Federal and state whistleblower laws allow individuals or entities who know of fraud involving or affecting the government to bring their allegations to the attention of government prosecutors and share in any ultimate recovery by the government. These laws also protect whistleblowers from retaliation by their employers or others.

Securities and Financial Frauds

When you need to set the record straight, get the resources, skill and experience of two respected litigators with extensive knowledge and experience in whistleblower, qui tam/False Claims Act suits.  Additional practice areas include financial, tax, transportation, constructions frauds; whistleblower retaliation, etc.

Other Frauds Under QuiTam/FCA Laws

In addition to the False Claims Act, Congress has enacted or strengthened whistleblower laws to help recover monies from people or companies who are committing bank or financial institution fraud, tax fraud, or who are violating laws regulating the securities, commodities, and options markets.

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