| David Griscom

TAFEF submitted amicus curiae brief in US ex rel., Paul J. Solomon, v. Lockheed Martin Corp. and Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. This brief was authored by TAFEF’s Director of Legal Education Jacklyn DeMar and David Chizewer Frederick R. Klein, both of Goldberg Kohn.

FCA | amicus curiae, TAFEF, Demar, Goldberg Kohn, David Chizewer
| David Griscom

In an interview with Roll Call, Grassley made his position on whistleblowers transparent: 

FCA | Sen. Chuck Grassley
| Patrick Burns

Senator Grassley asks Attorney General-elect Senator Jeff Sessions about the value of whistleblowers and the value of the False Claims Act.

FCA | Jeff Sessions, Grassley
| Anonymous (not verified)

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FCA | Trump, Chamber of Commerce, Chris Riedel
| Patrick Burns

Whistleblowers filed 702 qui tam suits in fiscal year 2016, and the U.S. Department of Justice recovered $2.9 billion in whistleblower-initiated lawsuits during that same period of time.

The government awarded whistleblowers $519 million for their contributions in developing, prosecuting, and settling these cases.

FCA | double taxation, whistleblower taxation, amicus curiae
| Patrick Burns

some textIn a unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court held in favor of the whistleblowers in State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. ex rel. Cori Rigsby.

FCA | Rigsby, supreme court, Seal, Morgan Verkamp
| Patrick Burns

A whistleblower-initiated case against Allied Home Mortgage went to trial and came back with a $92 million verdict against Allied. The verdict is subject to mandatory trebling and a $5,500 to $11,000 per-violation penalty, which should bring the total to over $286 million. 

FCA | Allied Home, Winner
| David Griscom

President-elect Donald Trump has promised to “drain the swamp” of corporate cronyism.

How do you do that?

Patrick Burns of the TAF Education Fund has a suggestion. 

From a May 21, 2009 interview with Corporate Crime Reporter:

Trying to Drain a Swamp With a Garden Hose

FCA | Incentive Integrity, Trump, Burns, corporate crime reporter, Drain the Swamp
| David Griscom

A New Jersey OB-GYN has settled a $5.25 million False Claims Act case and, as part of the settlement agreement, he has been excluded from Medicare and Medicaid for 20 years.

Exclusion of bad actors from federal programs is fairly common. HHS, DoD, and GSA each do about 4,000 exclusions a year.


FCA | exclusion, Jail, criminal
| David Griscom

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Loretta Lynch, US Attorney General, gets it. 

Check out what she had to say about the FCPA, SEC, and FCA: 

FCA | Loretta Lynch, FCPA, FCA, SEC


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