Whistleblower and Qui Tam Blog

Yesterday, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced two whistleblower awards to two separate whistleblowers for their efforts in providing […]

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On July 30, 2002 Congress passed the most sweeping enhancement of securities laws in a generation: The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (also […]

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A bipartisan survey conducted by Government Business Council, the research branch of Government Executive, polled 691 federal government employees on how […]

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A high number of internal whistleblowers “reflects a positive feedback culture within the company” The Harvard Business Review recently published […]

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Education Fraud Schemes May Have False Claims Act Implications Caldwell University has agreed to pay more than $4.8 million to […]

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Of the $3 billion collected, $2.1 billion came from False Claims Act lawsuits brought qui tam whistleblowers Today, the Department […]

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In December, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries LTD. (Teva) agreed to pay penalties of over $519 million for violating the Foreign Corrupt […]

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Yesterday, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) Office of the Whistleblower released its Annual Report to Congress on the IRS Whistleblower Program […]

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From the National Law Review  As the impeachment proceedings heat-up, and calls for the Ukraine whistleblower to be identified increase, […]

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The whistleblower law firm of Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto has rounded up the most-read stories of 2019 from its Whistleblower […]

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About the Whistleblower Blog

The Whistleblower Blog is an editorially independent news and information source, sponsored as a pro bono public service project by Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto, LLP. The blog highlights important news, legal developments and policy issues critical to whistleblowers and their advocates, both in the United States and internationally. The contributors to this blog are respected leaders in their fields, including the authors of key whistleblower law books, current and former legal professors, spokespersons before Congressional committees and other public bodies, directors of non-profit whistleblower advocacy groups, and prominent attorneys specializing in representing/assisting whistleblowers in the United States and throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and South America.