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NHTSA Whistleblower Program Issues First Award

This November, the NHTSA put the auto industry on notice. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Whistleblower Program has issued its first ever whistleblower award. Whistleblower Kim Gwang-ho...
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Home Health Medicaid Fraud Cases Announced by Massachusetts AG

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has continued to crack down on home health Medicaid fraud. AG Announces Two New Home Health Medicaid Fraud Matters First, the AG’s Medicaid Fraud inked...
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Arthrex Pays $16 Million To Settle False Claims Act Case

The United States has settled a federal False Claims Act qui tam case brought by a client of the Whistleblower Law Collaborative LLC against Arthrex, Inc., a Florida-based medical device...
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Massachusetts Federal Judge Denies CleanSlate Center’s Motion to Dismiss False Claims Act Case

On Monday, September 27, 2021, a Massachusetts Federal Judge denied CleanSlate Center’s and its founder Dr. Amanda Wilson’s attempt to dismiss a False Claims Act case against it brought by...
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Government Whistleblowing: Bob Thomas Examines the Cases of Ellsberg, Felt, and Snowden with BU Law Students

In a Boston University Law School seminar on Whistleblower Law and Practice taught by WLC co-founder Bob Thomas, students started the semester examining whistleblowing in the national security context. Whistleblowers...
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SEC Whistleblower Program Reaches $1 Billion Milestone

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has now paid more than $1 billion to whistleblowers since its bounty program began in 2012. The SEC Whistleblower program awards whistleblowers for...
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