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A recent case could undermine the rules that have been protecting taxpayer money from fraud since the time of Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln Statute
Constantine Cannon whistleblower lawyers Eric Havian, Mike Ronickher, and Ari Yampolsky were published in Fortune.com on the Supreme Court's consideration of the SuperValu decision.
We’re whistleblower lawyers who spend our careers speaking in legalese. But every once in a while, a case comes along that is so alarming, yet so couched in jargon, that an issue of great importance can easily escape notice. When that...

Constantine Cannon Whistleblower Attorneys File Brief to Supreme Court on Behalf of Senator Grassley

Posted  05/26/22
Abraham Lincoln Monument
Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorneys were proud to represent long-time champion of the False Claims Act (FCA) Senator Charles Grassley in filing an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court. In the brief, available here, Senator Grassley urges the Court to repair a worrying trend among certain courts that is undermining the statute. Specifically, the brief describes how the Seventh Circuit’s decision...

How Congress and the IRS Can Fulfill the Promise of the Tax Whistleblower Program

Posted  04/21/22
Constantine Cannon whistleblower partner Michael Ronickher wrote on the Taxpayers Against Fraud blog about three key changes the IRS could make to help its whistleblower program reach its full potential. The program, which provides rewards of 15-30% of the funds collected by the IRS because of a tip, is undeniably important. As Mike wrote, “Since 2007, the IRS has recovered $6.14 billion based on information from...

Gordon Schnell and Max Voldman Published in Newsweek on How Whistleblowers are Key to Reining in Prescription Drug Costs

Posted  04/21/22
Newsweek published an OpEd by Constantine Cannon whistleblower lawyers Gordon Schnell and Max Voldman on the need to expand the Medicaid Drug Rebate Program to Medicare.  The piece was prompted by DOJ's recent $235 million settlement with U.K. and St. Louis-based pharma company Mallinckrodt for allegedly violating the Medicaid rebate rule. On the books since 1990, the rule requires drug companies to rebate state...

Constantine Cannon Whistleblower Practice Group 2021 Roundup: Another Banner Year

Posted  04/21/22
Whistleblower Rewards
2021 was another banner year for Constantine Cannon’s whistleblower practice group, with three historic whistleblower successes, including the first-ever award under the Motor Vehicle Safety Whistleblower Act. This string of successes follows the firm's record-shattering 2020 year where our whistleblower team secured blockbuster settlements that recovered more than $600 million for the government and roughly $115...

Attention Auto Safety whistleblowers: Elon Musk wants you to “Blow the Whistle on Tesla!”

Posted  02/11/22
Elon Musk
Lioness listed the above NFT artwork “Blow the Whistle” by London-based artist Jason Measures for auction here in tandem with its publication of the story of SpaceX whistleblower Ashley Kosak.
Earlier this year, Constantine Cannon whistleblower partners Mary Inman and Poppy Alexander teamed up with Ariella Steinhorn and Amber Scorah, principals of the exciting new media venture Lioness, to expose how Elon...

A Tool to Help Level the Playing Field for Low-Income Tenants

Headshots of attorneys Liz Soltan and Gordon Schnell
Published in the Boston Globe It happens all the time to low-income tenants: apartments crumbling and in disrepair, mold growing on the walls, pest infestations, unfair extra charges, and landlords who will not make things right so long as they can still make a buck. . . .  For these mistreated tenants, there remains little ability to enforce their right to safe and stable housing.  For the most part, they remain...

New Partners: Whistleblower Attorneys Hamsa Mahendranathan, Sarah “Poppy” Alexander, and Ari Yampolsky Elevated at Constantine Cannon

Posted  12/8/21
We are thrilled to announce that three of the most talented attorneys in the Constantine Cannon Whistleblower Group have been elevated to partnership in the firm.  All three have excelled in every category – writing, strategizing, expert work, client relations, co-counsel relations, opposing counsel relations, oral advocacy, public speaking, associate mentoring, business development, and case leadership. ...

Former Regional Director of the SEC’s Chicago Office Joel R. Levin Joins Constantine Cannon’s Whistleblower Practice

Posted  12/3/21
Former Regional Director of the Chicago office of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Joel R. Levin has joined Constantine Cannon’s whistleblower practice as Of Counsel. See C|C Press Release.  Mr. Levin brings a wealth and breadth of government experience handling complex fraud cases to the firm’s whistleblower practice. From 2018 to 2021, Mr. Levin served as the Regional Director of the Chicago...

Constantine Cannon Client’s Ground-Breaking Auto Safety Whistleblower Award Makes Headlines

Posted  11/19/21
Busy Freeway
The precedent-setting $24.3 million whistleblower award to Constantine Cannon client Gwang Ho Kim, a former Hyundai safety engineer, received extensive coverage in the media, with stories highlighting the critical role Mr. Kim played in bringing information to federal regulators that resulted in the imposition of a record $210 million civil penalty on Hyundai and its affiliate Kia.  We link to just a few of those...
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