You Can Expect:
- Your identity will be kept secret during the investigation.
- Your secrets will be protected.
- You will receive between 15% and 30% of any award or settlement amount.*
- You will need an experienced attorney to help you.
*less attorney’s fees
The False Claims Act is the federal law that allows people (whistleblowers) who are not affiliated with the government to file actions against federal contractors claiming fraud against the government. The law allows for the protection of the whistleblower’s identity from the defendant during the government's investigation and for that person to receive a reward or bounty somewhere between 15% and 30% of any award or settlement amount. READ MORE
SCOTT A. POWELL has been involved in the handling of cases under the False Claims Act and the provisions of the Act since the mid-1990’s. READ MORE
DON MCKENNA has more than a decade of experience handling cases under the False Claims Act. READ MORE
JAMES R. MONCUS III has been practicing under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act since joining the firm in 2003. READ MORE
BRIAN M. VINES has handled complex litigation for nearly a decade, including cases under the False Claims Act. READ MORE
WHY CHOOSE HARE WYNN? It’s fair to say that most law firm “About Us” pages are little more than monuments to their collective egos, and all too often don’t address your most important question: “How can you help me?” In order to answer that question, we need to let you know a little bit about what we’ve done. READ MORE
TYPES OF WHISTLEBLOWER CASESMilitary and Department of Defense Contractors Medicare Fraud or Fraud in Health Care Billing Corporate Financial Misconduct and Securities Fraud Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act Fraud Substantial IRS and Tax Fraud Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Kickbacks and Off-Label Marketing Cases Federal Mineral Lease Payment Fraud (oil, natural gas on federal lands)
04/01/2019 TAFEF’s Analysis of Texas et al. v. United States et al.
There has been significant press coverage of DOJ’s March 25, 2019 decision to change its position in Texas et al. v. United States et al. (Case 4-18-cv-00167-O, N.D. TX), which is on its way to the Fifth Circuit. On that date, DOJ sent a brief letter to the Clerk’s office to inform the Circuit Court … Continue reading TAFEF’s Analysis of Texas et al. v. United States et al. The post TAFEF’s Analysis of Texas et al. v. United States et al. appeared first on Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund.…READ MORESource: TAF Education Fund Blog