Our Successes

Below are some of the top whistleblower cases, in which we have successfully represented clients. We measure our success not only by the billions of stolen dollars that we have helped the government recover for taxpayers over the past nineteen years – including through the largest False Claims Act case settlements in both 2017 and 2018 – but also by our track record in protecting public health and safety, bringing criminal wrongdoers to justice, preventing further fraud, and standing up for our clients who had the courage to bring illegal practices to light.

AmerisourceBergen Corp.
$885 million
Amgen Inc.
$762 million
Serono
$704 million
Mylan Inc.
$465 million
Mallinckrodt
$234 million

Forest Laboratories — $313 Million

Forest Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Forest) paid more than $313 million to resolve its criminal and civil liability and entered into a...
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Eisai, Inc. — $11 Million

Japanese pharmaceutical company Eisai, Inc. agreed to pay $11 million in civil damages under the False Claims Act to the...
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Three Cardiac Monitoring Companies: Medi-Lynx, AMI, Spectocor, and Bogdan — $13.4 Million

Three companies providing remote cardiac monitoring services, and one of their owners, agreed to pay more than $13.4 million to...
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St. Jude Medical Center — $16 Million

Medical device company St. Jude Medical Inc.  paid the United States $16 million to resolve allegations raised by the whistleblower...
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Bechtel and Parsons Brinkerhoff — $407 Million

Bechtel and Parsons Brinckerhoff, the management consultants to the United States and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on the so-called “Big...
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Aggregate Industries, Inc. — Over $50 Million

Aggregate Industries, Inc. (Aggregate), the largest asphalt and concrete supplier in New England, plead guilty, paid $50 million in cash,...
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MedNet Healthcare Technologies — Over $1.35 Million

MedNet Healthcare Technologies, Inc. (MedNet), a subsidiary of BioTelemetry, Inc., paid more than $1.35 million to the United States to...
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International Nephrology Network — $15 Million

International Nephrology Network (INN), a subsidiary of AmerisourceBergen Corporation, paid $15 million to the United States and the States to...
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U.S. WorldMeds LLC — $17.5 Million

We represented the first to file relator who alleged that U.S. WorldMeds LLC (“USWM”) paid kickbacks to patients to induce...
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