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.

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:

US WorldMeds LLC has agreed to pay $17.5 million to settle allegations it violated the False Claims Act by paying kickbacks to patients and physicians. Congratulations to TAFEF members Suzanne Durrell and Shayne Stevenson and their clients:

Congratulations to TAFEF member Eric Havian, his colleagues at Constantine Cannon, and their whistleblower client! Two South Korea-based companies agreed to pay $127 million to resolve criminal & civil fraud allegations involving a bid-rigging conspiracy:

A #VA pain management practice will pay $3.3 million to settle civil fraud allegations -- congratulations to TAFEF members Casey Preston, Gary Azorksy, their client, and colleagues at @CohenMilstein:

Congrats to TAFEF member Jeffrey Newman and his client, Aileen Cartier, who exposed an upcoding scheme and led the way to a $2.1 million settlement with CareWell Urgent Care:

Jordan Thomas, TAFEF’s Lawyer of the Year, represented one of two whistleblowers who were awarded $50 million by the SEC in a case involving JPMorgan! Read more from Bloomberg @business:

TAFEF member Jim Barger was quoted in this CNN story about a @TheJusticeDept investigation: “Companies and investors should take civil investigative demands very seriously and proceed with caution. They are not to be shrugged off as some routine inquiry.”

Parkinson's psychosis drug target of probe

The US Department of Justice has launched an investigation into Acadia Pharmaceutical's sales and marketing of Nuplazid, a drug approved three years a...

Cardiologists should not perform stent procedures if not needed. Here done for kickbacks and over diagnosed stenosis. Proud to be part of this case. #fraud #FalseClaimsAct #healthcarefraud #medicarefraud

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“MedStar Health to pay $35 million to settle allegations of a kickback scheme”

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