Working for Justice

Practice Area: Whistleblower Qui Tam

Shaun Rosenthal

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During law school, Shaun worked as a student-attorney in the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, and as a legal intern at SeniorLAW Center.

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Rob Van Someren Greve

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During law school, Rob worked as a student-attorney in Georgetown’s Civil Rights Clinic and as a legal intern at various civil rights and legal aid organizations in Washington, DC.

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Adán Martínez

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Prior to law school, Mr. Martínez began his career as a low wage, agricultural worker. His years of experience as a manual laborer provide valuable context to his representation of employees.

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Grant Morris

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As Co-Chair of the Firm’s Financial Services practice, Mr. Morris’ extensive experience covers the full range of client claims, including discrimination, wage and hour/unpaid wages, whistleblower/qui tam, and financial malfeasance claims.

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Altomease R. Kennedy

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Ms. Kennedy’s long history of successful representation of False Claims Act whistleblowers makes her particularly effective when working for clients in cases under investigation by the United States government.

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Qiaojing Ella Zheng

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Qiaojing Ella Zheng (郑巧晶 律师) is the Asian American Litigation and Finance Practice Chair for Sanford Heisler Sharp. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and has extensive experience representing China-based clients in legal matters arising under U.S.laws.

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Katie Mesner-Hage

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Katie Mesner-Hage is a Senior Litigation Counsel who works on gender discrimination cases, qui tam/whistleblower actions, and the firm’s opioid litigation on behalf of dozens of counties and cities across the nation.

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Inayat Ali Hemani

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As Co-Chair of the Firm’s whistleblower practice, Inayat Ali Hemani works primarily on whistleblower/qui tam cases. He received his law degree from NYU Law School in 2012.

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Christine Dunn

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Christine Dunn is Co-Chair of Sanford Heisler Sharp’s Criminal/Sexual Violence Practice Group and a Senior Litigation Counsel in the firm’s Washington, DC office. Ms. Dunn’s practice involves a range of matters, including criminal/sexual violence cases, whistleblower/qui tam matters, and employment discrimination actions.

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John McKnight

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As Co-Chair of the Firm’s whistleblower practice, John McKnight works primarily on qui tam/whistleblower cases. He received his law degree from University of Maryland Law School in 2011.

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