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Paycheck Protection Program Fraud Case Settled

Last week, DOJ announced the first civil settlement to resolve allegations of fraud against the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The settling defendants are SlideBelts Inc. (a California-based online retailer) and...

False Claims Act Retaliation Verdict Upheld

It’s no secret that blowing the whistle comes with risks.  Sadly, our clients have faced retaliation simply because they tried to correct their company’s fraud.  They have been fired, demoted,...

Fraud In the Air Tonight: Energy Trading Firm Vitol to Pay $163 Million to Settle Bribery and Manipulation Claims

Vitol, a Swiss-based energy trading firm agreed to pay $163 million to settle criminal and civil charges.  The charges related to Vitol’s paying bribes and manipulating the domestic energy market. Vitol...

Company That Misled MBTA About COVID-19 Hand Sanitizer to Pay $550,000

A Maryland-based company has agreed to pay $550,000 to resolve claims that it deceived the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority about hand sanitizer purchased to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The...

Whistleblower Law Collaborative Attorneys Sponsoring and Speaking at The Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund 20th Annual Conference and Awards Ceremony

The Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund 20th Annual Conference and Awards Ceremony is October 28-30, 2020.  As in past years, WLC attorneys will be active participants in the Conference: as...

Massachusetts Attorney General Joins Client’s Opioid Treatment Fraud Case Against CleanSlate Centers

Today, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office announced that it has filed a Complaint in Intervention against CleanSlate Centers and its founder Dr. Amanda Wilson in a False Claims Act case filed...

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