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.

Congrats to TAFEF members Scott Oswald and Janel Quinn, and to their whistleblower client Bryan Arvey, on this great resolution! Read the press release here:

.@TheJusticeDept just warned the public that when billions in disaster relief pour in after natural disasters, like hurricanes, unscrupulous individuals use these tragic events to commit fraud. Read more:

Congratulations to TAFEF member @whistleblow_now and his whistleblower client John Murtaugh, on an outstanding outcome in the District of Maryland! ACell, a medical device maker, will pay $15 million to resolve criminal charges & false claims allegations:

Congratulations to TAFEF member @BrianJMarkovitz and his client! A Chicago-area physical therapy center has agreed to pay $9.7 million to resolve False Claims Act allegations that it upcoded patients’ RUG scores to increase payments from Medicare:

Congratulations to TAFEF members Scott Oswald and Janel Quinn of the @TELGlawyers and Wayne Allison of @AllisonLegal, and to their whistleblower client Jennifferr Baird, on a great result in their case! Read the ELG statement here:

Congratulations to TAFEF member Brian McCormick, Jr. -- Almirall, a pharmaceutical company, will pay $6.1 million to settle whistleblower claims that it paid kickbacks to induce physicians to purchase its dermatology products:

TAFEF Member Claire Sylvia was quoted in a @Law360 article about how the Supreme Court’s conservative justices have shaped the False Claims Act. Read the article here: (please note the content is behind a paywall)

The Supreme Court unanimously held that the 10-year SOL applies to relators in declined cases. The holding aligned with the statutory analysis set forth in TAF’s amicus brief, authored by Tejinder Singh of Goldstein Russell:

TAFEF member Jason Brown and his client Hilary Moore successfully resolved their case against Carolina PT! The company agreed to pay $790,000 for submitting false claims to Medicare and TRICARE:

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