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This article was originally published in Mondaq Currently pending in the U.S. Congress is Senate Bill 2563, the Illicit Cash […]

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In recent weeks, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) has announced multiple False Claims Act settlements in qui tam whistleblower cases.  […]

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On Friday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) named the first-ever director of the Office of the Whistleblower Ombudsman, an office established […]

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The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ), New Zealand’s central bank (similar to the U.S. Federal Reserve but wholly owned […]

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Today, federal prosecutors in Michigan charged a man with making a death threat against an attorney representing the anonymous whistleblower […]

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In January 2020, the U.S. Department of Commerce published new rates for the civil penalties payable in False Claims Act whistleblower cases.  The new […]

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A bipartisan group of Pennsylvania lawmakers will introduce six new laws designed to combat Medicaid fraud in the state. The […]

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Late last week, a partial settlement was reached in an ongoing qui tam False Claims Act case alleging fraudulent use […]

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Last week, top whistleblower lawyer Stephen M. Kohn met visitors from the Ukraine State Border Guard Service and the National Anti-Corruption […]

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Li Wenliang, the courageous coronavirus whistleblower and doctor who tried to warn of a dangerous new virus in China, has […]

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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.