Whistleblower and Qui Tam Blog

Fraudsters take advantage of a crisis, even when lives are at stake.  This type of misconduct is why America’s first […]

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Howard Wilkinson, the Dankse Bank whistleblower who risked everything to expose a money-laundering scheme of over $230 billion flowing through […]

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) has proposed adding monetary rewards to its whistleblower program.  In a recent submission to […]

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Last week, the United States announced it filed a complaint, intervening in a Medicaid fraud case against drug maker Mallinckrodt […]

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Last week, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and Attorney General William P. Barr announced its National Nursing Home Initiative (“Initiative”). […]

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The Department of Justice (“DOJ”) announced another False Claims Act (“FCA”) settlement centered around a health services company’s practice of […]

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Singaporean Shipping Company, Unix Line PTE Ltd., pled guilty to violations of ocean pollution under the Act to Prevent Pollution […]

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Every month, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) publishes Notices of Covered Actions for each SEC action where a final […]

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Today, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced a whistleblower award of $7 million given to an individual whose information […]

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Two countries are moving closer to providing whistleblower rewards as part of their anti-corruption programs. In December of 2019, the […]

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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.