December 27, 2016

Tax Whistleblower Story

Testimony of “Mr. ABC,” a confidential witness represented by Phillips & Cohen LLP, before the Senate Finance Committee – July 21, 2004. Mr. Chairman and Members of the Committee: I want...
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December 27, 2016

Product Substitution

The government frequently specifies that its defense contractors build products using a certain grade or quality of parts. There often is a further requirement that the parts be purchased from American...
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December 27, 2016

Municipal Transactions

The municipal finance industry is rife with fraud, and it’s often industry insiders who expose fraudulent schemes. Yield-burning is one way banks can defraud both the federal and municipal governments....
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December 27, 2016

Pharmaceutical Fraud and Whistleblowers

What is Pharmaceutical Fraud under the False Claims Act? Companies engaged in pharmaceutical fraud may be liable under the False Claims Act for Medicare and Medicaid fraud in any case where the government...
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December 27, 2016

Medicare Part D Fraud and Whistleblowers

Medicare Part D fraud can happen in many ways. Whistleblowers can stop Medicare Part D fraud by using the False Claims Act, whether the fraud is committed by Part D prescription drug plan sponsors, pharmacy...
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December 27, 2016

Improper Cost Allocation

Improper cost allocation is a more subtle version of the cross‑charging scheme. If a company has both government contracts and private commercial contracts (like most large aircraft companies), they...
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December 27, 2016

GSA Contracts: Fraud and Whistleblowers

Companies that supply goods and services to the federal government may be liable under the False Claims Act if they falsely certify they are complying with government contract terms in their Multiple Award...
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