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Since 2007 the IRS Whistleblower Program has helped recover $3.7 billion back to the U.S. Treasury, but there is still plenty of room for improvement.

IRS | Grassley, Wyden, IRS, Whistleblower, Protection

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

There’s an old saying that “he who pays the band gets to call the tune.”

Under that heading, it’s worth taking a look at the U.S. Chamber of  Commerce, and related entities. 

| Chamber of Commerce

According to a new study by Jaron H. Wilde and other researchers at the University of Iowa, whistleblower-initiated investigations in the financial sector:

Investigation | Incentive, integrity, study

A new study by Dr. Genevieve Pham-Kanter of Drexel University claims that 65% of patients in the US, "visited a doctor within the last year who had received payments or gifts from pharmaceutical or medical device companies."

Investigation | Dollars For Docs, Pharma Payments, Genentech

 

March 2017:
 

Top Cases | Winner's Corner, 2017, FCA

Neil Getnick, Chairman of the Board of Taxpayers Against Fraud (TAF) and the TAF Education Fund, announced that Robert Patten has been named Chief Executive Officer of TAF and the TAF Education Fund.

| Robert Patten