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Every year, corrupt organizations cheat the federal government out of billions of taxpayer's dollars.

If you suspect any person or company is defrauding the government, don't be afraid to report it. Not only is it is the right thing to do, you may be entitled to a significant reward often totaling millions of dollars (see Financial Rewards). The most common types of fraud include; Medicare & Medicaid Fraud, Pharmaceutical Fraud, Nursing Home Fraud, Defense Contractor Fraud, Contractor Fraud, Customs Fraud, Fraudulent Loans & Grants and IRS Tax Fraud.

We take whistleblower claims on a contingency which means the attorney only receives a percentage of what we recover for the client. There are no hourly fees, expenses or other costs. If there is no recovery, the client is not responsible for any attorney's fees or other expenses.

All information will be kept private and confidential and used for the sole purpose of evaluating your case. Furthermore the Whistleblower law provides protection for the individual who reports the fraud (see Your Protection).

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CTI Settles Qui Tam Suit with Government, Suit Against Medicare Reimbursement Advisor to Recover Damages Filed
SEATTLE, April 17, 2007 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cell Therapeutics, Inc. (CTICD) announced today that it has settled all government claims arising out of a Department of Justice investigation into allegations regarding alleged overpayments by Medicare to doctors who prescribed the anti-cancer drug, TRISENOX. As part of the settlement, the Department of Justice agreed to fully release CTI from all liability for the issues under investigation, including claims asserted in a qui tam lawsuit. The terms of the settlement contain no admission of wrongdoing by CTI. Read More
U.S. DOJ Joins Cases Against Companies Alleging False Claims On Government Contracting
April 23, 2007
The United States Department of Justice announced Thursday that it has intervened in three lawsuits alleging that Hewlett-Packard Company (HP), Accenture LLP, and Sun Microsystems Inc. solicited and provided improper payments and other things of value on technology contracts with government agencies.
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The New York False Claims Act: A Victory for Civil Justice

Cross-posted from Tort Deform

by New York State Senator Eric Schneiderman

One of the most important and least reported accomplishments in this year's state budget was the enactment of a New York State false claims act.  This law is a major step forward for health care reform and protection of taxpayers, but it was far too long in coming, and it was achieved only after overcoming opposition that can only be described as bizarre on the part of "tort reform" devotees in the Republican Majority.

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Clinton campaign outlines government reform plan
April 16, 2007
Blasting the Bush administration’s federal management, Democratic presidential frontrunner Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., offered a government reform plan she said would increase transparency and reduce waste.
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