John R. Phillips
Mr. Phillips was a driving force in the passage of the False Claims Act Amendments in 1986, which turned the Civil War law into the heralded fraud-fighting tool we know today. Now retired from the firm, he recently served as US Ambassador to Italy.
Mary Louise Cohen
Erika A. Kelton
An internationally recognized whistleblower lawyer, Ms. Kelton’s cases have recovered billions. She has represented whistleblowers in record qui tam cases and recovered the largest SEC whistleblower reward. She has been named “Whistleblower Lawyer of the Year,” as well as one of the “500 Leading Lawyers in America.”
Peter Wilson Chatfield
Colette G. Matzzie
Claire M. Sylvia
As the author of a widely cited treatise on the False Claims Act, Ms. Sylvia is a thought leader in the qui tam bar. Her views on whistleblower laws are sought by federal and state legislators as well as the news media. She has had many successful cases against defense contractors and healthcare providers.
Stephen S. Hasegawa
Jeffrey W. Dickstein
As an Assistant US Attorney in the Southern District of Florida, Mr. Dickstein investigated and prosecuted numerous Medicare fraud cases against hospitals, health systems and doctors. Mr. Dickstein has won numerous Justice Department awards, including one for his work on a whistleblower case involving 500 hospitals.