Blowing the whistle on suspected fraud is not an easy decision. Good people may be forced to watch – or even participate in – improper conduct for years, worried about their jobs or not sure how to report it. We can help with.
- Medicaid/Medicare Fraud
- Government Contractor Fraud
- Securities Fraud
- Loan and Grant Fraud
- Pharmaceutical Fraud
- Tax Fraud
- Stark Law (anti-kickback statute)
- Mortgage Fraud
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- Other Whistleblower Laws
Some of our cases have been front page news. For example, it was the Whistleblower Hotline who uncovered the contracting fraud allegations on which Okland Construction paid $1 million in 2014. We exposed the cover up of a massive toxic mercury spill at Hill Air Force Base.
Most of our cases, though, have not made the news – because it was in the clients’ best interest to handle them discreetly, behind the scenes. Sometimes it is better to help a construction project comply with SBA 8(a) rules than hurt innocent workers by shutting it down, or to quietly fix Medicaid billing problems by a doctor who otherwise provides a needed service. Or, often, a business is simply more willing to pay a fair settlement if it can do so quietly.
If you are concerned about possible fraud, contact us. Your communication will be strictly confidential.
Utah Whistleblower Hotline
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