About Us

Our whistleblower attorneys have recovered more than $250 million dollars in federal and state government money as the result of false claims act cases brought by whistleblowers.

Our experienced false claims act attorneys have also successfully represented dozens of other whistleblowers in employment actions and retaliation cases. We know that filing any type of whistleblower claim can be difficult. Many whistleblowers have already suffered retaliation, discrimination, termination, or embarrassment at the hands of their employees or other entities simply for speaking out against actions which they believe to be wrong.

Our qui tam attorneys have more than 20 years of experience working with whistleblowers and guiding them through the confusing (and sometimes lengthy) process of filing and investigating a False Claims Act (FCA) case. Our FCA experience ranges from handling matters against nation-wide companies such as Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical and GE Healthcare, to cases against single practitioners and small businesses. 

Our whistleblower lawyers are nationally recognized for their work with FCA whistleblowers, and represent individuals across the county in fraud cases involving government-funded health care programs, Department of Defense and other government contracts, postal service fraud, and other misuses of taxpayer dollars. Many of our whistleblower attorneys are admitted to practice in federal courts across the country, including district courts in Minnesota, Michigan, California, New York, Florida, Colorado, Texas, and Wisconsin, to name a few.

Our qui tam attorneys will work with you to determine whether or not you have a potential False Claims Act case, and what other rights you may have as a whistleblower.
Have a question about whether or not you may have a whistleblower claim? Call  experienced whistleblower attorneys today at (248) 539-7420. All inquiries will be kept strictly confidential.
Please note that it is important to act promptly. Any delays may jeopardize your ability to successfully file a whistleblower case. Additionally, many whistleblower laws also have statutes of limitation which act as filing deadlines, so you must act quickly to protect any rights you may have.