AREAS OF PRACTICE
- False Claims Act / Qui Tam
- Health Care
- Banking & Finance
- Business & Corporate Law
- Commercial Litigation
- Employment Law & Litigation
- Estate, Probate & Trust
- Mediation & Arbitration
- University of Michigan Law School, 1969, JD
- University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1966, B.A.
David L. Haron is the Managing Member of Haron Law Group P.L.C, and chair of Whistleblower/Qui Tam and Health Care Law practice groups. David focuses his practice on False Claims/Qui Tam lawsuits in connection with false claims submitted to federal and state governments.
David also represents medical providers, businesses and individuals in compliance, regulatory, transactions and litigation related matters, and serves as an arbitrator and mediator for the American Arbitration Association and as a mediator for FINRA.
David has written extensively regarding fraud in the Medicare and Medicaid fields and on the False Claims Act. He has also been very active in the Michigan and Oakland County Bar Associations and is a past chairman of the Professionalism Committees of both of those associations. He is past-President of the Oakland County Bar Foundation and the Michigan Psychoanalytic Foundation and a former board member of JARC and C.A.T.C.H. (Sparky Anderson’s Charity for Children).
David serves as an Adjunct Professor of Health Law at the University of Michigan Law School.
State Bar of Michigan; American Arbitration Association; American Association for Justice; American Bar Association (Co-Chair of Health Lawyer Editorial Board); American Health Lawyers Association (Co-Chair of the Legal Developments Committee, Medical Staff, Credentialing and Peer Review Practice Group; Eastern District of Michigan Federal Bar Association; Western District of Michigan Federal Bar Association; Litigation Counsel of America, Fellow; Michigan Association for Justice; Michigan State Bar Foundation (Fellow); Million Dollar Advocates Forum; Oakland Country Bar Association; Oakland County Bar Foundation (Emeritus Trustee, Life Charter Fellow); Roscoe Pound Foundation (Fellow); SCRIBES (The American Society of Writers on Legal Subjects); Tau Epsilon Rho Legal Society; Taxpayers Against Fraud, Washington, D.C.; University of Michigan Alumni Association; University of Michigan Victor’s Club
Michigan; U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan; U.S. District Court, Western District of Michigan; U.S. Tax Court
- $4.5 million – United States ex rel. Douglas Moore v City of Dallas (and numerous other cities) (U.S.D.C., N.D. Texas)
- $1.6 million – United States ex rel. Mary R. Lent v. Dr. Donald E. Berman (U.S.D.C., S.D. N.Y.)
- $81 million – United States ex rel. Angela Maher & Anastasia Savka Klovski v Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (U.S.D.C, Mass.)
- $119 million – United States ex rel. Jeanne Byrne v. Damon Clinical Laboratories, Inc. (U. S. D.C., Mass.)
- $830,166 – United States ex rel. Terri Hall-Dutts v SCCI Hospitals of America, Inc. (U.S. D.C. E.D.MI.)
- $1 million – United States ex rel. Todd Gervae and Michael Inman v. Payne and Dolan, Inc. (U.S.D.C., W.D.MI.)
- $876,910 – United States ex rel. Maria Hoepner and Frank Pink v St. John Health System, et al. (U.S. D.C. E.D.MI.)
- Rated AV® Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell
- Top Rated Lawyer in Health Care, American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell™ – 2013
- Michigan Lawyer Weekly “Leaders in the Law” Award – 2010
- City of Farmington Hills Citizen Appreciation Award
- Michigan Super Lawyers®, 2007-2014
- Mumford High School Distinguished Alumnus Award
- Who’s Who in America
- Arbitrator and Mediator, American Arbitration Association
- Mediator, FINRA
- When Silence isn’t Golden: Working with Potential Whistleblowers and Avoiding Litigation – September, 20, 2011, AHLA/HCCA Annual Institute on Fraud and Abuse, Baltimore Maryland
- The Impact of the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009 on the False Claims Act – October, 2009, AHLA/HCCA Annual Institute of Fraud and Abuse, Baltimore, Maryland
- Relator Relations: A Playbook For A Qui Tam Attorney – November, 2010, Taxpayers Against Fraud Tenth Annual Conference
- Fraud & Abuse – March, 2014, Fraud & Abuse Webinar; Qui Tam Basics
- Qui Tam and False Claims Act Enforcement and Practice – 1998, 2000, 2011, 4th, 6th and 17th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute, Institute of Continuing Education
- Research Revisited – 1998, Oakland University
- The False Claims Act and The Anatomy of the Whistleblower – 1998, Healthcare Financial Management Eastern Michigan Chapter
- Commercial Real Estate Transaction Checklist – 1997, Realtors Land Institute
- Realtor/Attorney Cross-Fire – 1993, Oakland County Bar Association
- Americans with Disabilities Act Title III – 1993, Oakland County Bar Association
David is a member of the Eastern District of Michigan Federal Bar Association Pro Bono Council.
- City of Farmington Hills Planning Commission, 1996-2000
- NYSBA Sandy Hotline Volunteer
- Healthy Outlook: Attorney Shares Expertise in Health Care Law at U-M. Dave Haron shares his perspectives on the growth of health care law, and the reach of the Federal False Claims Act in health care fraud and related whistleblower claims for theDetroit Legal News. View/Listen
- The Landlords and the Medical Tenant: How the Michigan Medical Waste Regulatory Act Affects Their Relationship, Laches.
- You’ve Identified an Overpayment-Now What? David Haron and Maro Bush discuss the common problem of overpayments of insurance reimbursements in the Michigan Medical Law Report – Summer 2013 .Read this Publication.
- Application for Medical Staff Membership Leads to Attorney Fee Sanctions, Michigan Medical Law Report – Fall, 2008
- Bad Mules, a Primer on the Federal and Michigan False Claims Act, Dave Haron and colleagues provide a primer on the FCA, Michigan Bar Journal – November, 2009
- Ex Parte Communications with Employees of a Defendant Corporation, Laches – April, 2010
- Exposing Fraud And Abuse – And What A Private Citizen May Do,Michigan Medical Law Report -Summer, 2008
- Medical Lease Primer, The ABA Health Lawyer, Vol. 22, No. 3 – February, 2010
- New AAA Healthcare Arbitrator Payer Provider Rules, Michigan Medical Law Report – Winter, 2010
- Professionalism: Two Authors-Two Views, Laches – May, 1996
- Seven Practical Ways to Make Professionalism a Part of Your Life,Michigan Bar Journal, Vol. 76, No. 9 – September, 1997
- Why Nursing Home Fraud Is Your Problem and How to Fight Back, Advance for Physical Therapists & PT Assistants, www.advanceforpt.com, August, 2000