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DOJ Sues Regeneron for Copay Fraud

The Massachusetts U.S. Attorney’s Office announced that it will sue drug manufacturer Regeneron Pharmaceuticals for health care fraud. The False Claims Act complaint alleges that Regeneron paid tens of millions...

WLC Stands in Support of the Black Community

Here at the Whistleblower Law Collaborative, we try to keep our work focused on the rights and claims of our clients, and the interests of law enforcement in protecting the...

Beauty School Settles Whistleblower Case Involving Education Fraud

Last week, the Department of Justice announced that a private, for-profit beauty school has agreed to pay $425,000 to resolve education fraud allegations. The defendant is Metro Beauty Academy, LLC...

DOJ Briefs Senate Committee on Its Efforts to Fight COVID-19 Scams

This week, Department of Justice officials appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee. They described steps DOJ is taking to detect, investigate, and prosecute COVID-19 scams. The two officials were Associate...

SEC Awards Nearly $50 Million to Foreign Currency Whistleblower

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) awarded nearly $50 million to a single whistleblower who provided “highly significant” information about foreign currency trading fraud. The SEC takes whistleblower confidentiality very...

Why Copay Waiver Can Be Illegal

Copays can be burdensome for patients.  But the government views them as an important part of Medicare.  As a result, routine copay waiver is illegal and results in criminal and...

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