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

The TAF Education Fund has filed an amicus brief in the Aseracare case (aka USA ex rel. Paradies, et al., v GGNSC Administrative Services, et al.). This brief was written by Amy Easton, Colette Matzzie, and Claire Sylvia of Phillips & Cohen, along with TAFEF Attorney Jacklyn DeMar, and it challenges some of the odd rulings made in this case by the district court trial judge.

Top Cases | AseraCare, amicus curiae, Bifurcation

Senator Grassley and TAFEF have filed briefs in US ex. Rel Anthony Spay V. CVS Caremark Corp. et al. 

Top Cases | amicus curiae, CVS, Government Inference, FCA

Congratulations to whistleblower Benjamin Carter and the law firm of Stone & Magnanini for their win this week in the U.S. Supreme Court.

Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund submitted an amicus curiae brief in support of the whistleblower in this case.

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