December 27, 2016

Defense Contractor Whistleblower Emil Stache

Emil Stache, whom Phillips & Cohen attorneys represented in his qui tam case, was a manager for Teledyne Relays in California. A Vietnam veteran, he was concerned that the company was selling unreliable...
Posted In Resources
December 27, 2016

California Nurse Whistleblower Judith King

Judith King, a registered nurse, was a heart transplant coordinator at Sharp Memorial Hospital in San Diego. Phillips & Cohen brought a qui tam lawsuit against her employer on her behalf, alleging...
Posted In Qui Tam, Resources
December 27, 2016

Yield Burning

In the municipal bond market, some investment banking firms engaged in fraudulent schemes known as “yield-burning,” where they charged excessive prices for U.S. Treasury securities sold to...
Posted In Qui Tam, Resources
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...
Posted In Qui Tam, Resources
December 27, 2016

IRS Whistleblower Information

IRS whistleblowers who provide information about tax fraud or tax underpayments that exceed $2 million to the Internal Revenue Service can do so confidentially and receive awards. The IRS awarded a Phillips...
Posted In Resources
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...
Posted In Qui Tam, Resources
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