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9th Circuit’s Office Depot Decision Shows CFCA Does Not Require Proof of Intent to Defraud

Posted June 5th, 2018 by in Whistleblower Law.

The old adage that “the penny matchmaker is a millionaire today” applies to the False Claims Act case I filed on behalf of David Sherwin against Office Depot in 2009.  Mr. Sherwin was an Office Depot Account Representative who was responsible for responding to the needs of Office Depot’s municipal, county, and state government clients around the […]

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Statistical evidence is solid proof of fraud!

Posted June 1st, 2018 by in Whistleblower Law.

In United States ex rel. Martin v. Life Care Ctrs. of Am., Inc., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 142660 (E.D. Tenn. Sept. 29, 2014)., a federal district court agreed with the United States Government that statistical evidence could be used to prove the nature and extent of the harm in False Claims Act matter. It seems […]

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GSA Pricing Fraud Basics: What is it and what should you look for?

Posted May 5th, 2017 by in Whistleblower Law.

If you have ever purchased a car, you already know the many headaches associated with price negotiation. You may purchase the car of your dreams only to find out two days later that a friend bought exactly the same car from the same dealer for thousands less. After a bit of internet research, you may […]

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Can A Fired Employee be a Whistleblower in a False Claims Act Case?

Posted April 28th, 2017 by in Whistleblower Law.

The answer to the question is YES.  A fired employee may be a whistleblower and file a Federal and/or State False Claims Act case. By doing so, the employee would play a key role in assisting the government in uncovering fraud and prosecuting companies who commit fraud. The employee may also be able to receive […]

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