The Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund is a public interest non-profit dedicated to fighting fraud against the government by incentivizing integrity. Through public-private partnerships, TAFEF advances the effectiveness of the False Claims Act and federal whistleblower programs to promote and protect the efficient use of taxpayer dollars. We are supported by our 400+ membership of experienced litigators and by donations from foundation grants, successful whistleblowers, and citizen advocates.

Did you miss this year’s annual TAFEF Conference & Awards? Check out our latest blog to see some of the highlights from #TAF2018 here:

#TAF2018's Ready, Aim, FOIA: A Targeted Approach to the Use of FOIA & Public Records Requests features Tony Mastando (@MastandoArtrip), Chet Rabon, AUSA Paris Wynn (@NDGAnews) & Ryon McCabe (@SoFLLitigators). They will cover how to use FOIA to meet the requirements of Rule 9(b).

What does @SEC_News looking for in a FCA case? Come to #TAF2018's Best Practices for SEC Whistleblowers to find out. Sean McKessy (@fraudmatters) will moderate this panel featuring the SEC's Reid Muoio, Corey Schuster and Robert Cohen.

Today's #TAF2018 lunch speaker, Patrick Lupinetti, @FDB_US Senior Vice President for Legal Services and Medical Device, is discussing his background in health related fraud issues now. Big thanks to @WhistleblowLC for sponsoring this lunch.

This week, our Qui Tam lawyers had the chance to attend the @TAFEdFund 2018 Conference and Awards.

The conference is an educational program which informs our attorneys, along with others, about the latest False Claims Act cases and whistleblower programs.

#TAF2018: Our President and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Patten, is updating members now on the state of @TAFEdFund and future plans.

Who better to lead a panel about best practices for SEC whistleblower cases than a former chief of the SEC’s whistleblower office? Phillips & Cohen partner & ex-SEC whistleblower boss Sean McKessy will lead panel w/top SEC enforcement officials at #TAF2018 conference today.

#TAF2018's Overcoming Lack of Agency Concern or Action panel is starting now. Moderated by Nathaniel Smith (@HalunenLaw), they will discuss best practices on litigating without agency support. Panelists include Lesley Skillen, Joseph Trautwein and Colin Huntley (@TheJusticeDept).

Today's special guest speaker, U.S. Attorney Grant Jaquith (@USAO_NDNY) is speaking now to #TAF2018 attendees about his office's commitment to enforcing the False Claims Act.

John Phillips is a founding partner of @Fraudmatters, a pioneer in false claims litigation, and the founder of @TAFEdFund. He calls our members at #TAF2018 to become part of our Penny Pledge Program. Sign up here:

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