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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
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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...

Hyundai Whistleblower Represented by Constantine Cannon Gets $24.3 Million, First-Ever Award for Reporting Defects to Auto Safety Regulators

Posted  11/9/21
In the first-ever whistleblower award made to an auto-industry insider under the Motor Vehicle Safety Whistleblower Act, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)  announced today that it will pay former Hyundai safety engineer Gwang Ho Kim $24.3 million for information he provided about safety defects in millions of Hyundai and Kia vehicles. Kim supplied startling evidence to the government...

Constantine Cannon Client Gwang-Ho Kim Honored as 2021 Whistleblower of the Year by Taxpayers Against Fraud

Posted  10/14/21
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We are pleased to announce that Constantine Cannon client Gwang-Ho Kim has been selected as the Whistleblower of the Year for 2021 by the Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund (TAFEF).  TAFEF is a prominent public interest organization that works to protect whistleblowers and strengthen the effective operation of the laws that empower them to expose misconduct and the theft of taxpayer dollars. A safety engineer...

Constantine Cannon Attorneys Mary Inman and Leah Judge Contribute to The Tech Worker Handbook

Posted  10/8/21
This week, Pinterest whistleblower Ifeoma Ozoma launched The Tech Worker Handbook, a collection of resources designed to help workers in the tech industry decide whether to speak out about wrongdoing.  The Handbook was created with funding from the Omidyar Network in partnership with the Signals Network, the Whistleblowing International Network, and Lioness Strategies.  Constantine Cannon’s own Mary Inman and Leah...

Eric Havian Discusses Beginning of Theranos Trial on Talking Feds Podcast: Listen Here

Posted  09/15/21
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Our very own Harry Litman, host of the Talking Feds podcast which brings together former government officials, recently welcomed Constantine Cannon Whistleblower partner Eric Havian to discuss the trial of Theranos founder and former CEO Elizabeth Holmes. While this Talking Feds podcast would ordinarily be available only through Patreon, we have made it available to you below. Ms. Holmes is charged with 12 counts...

Constantine Cannon Attorneys Present on Whistleblower Cases Involving MA Risk Adjustment Fraud at RISE West Conference

Posted  09/10/21
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Building on Constantine Cannon’s reputation as the preeminent law firm representing whistleblowers in FCA cases involving Medicare Advantage (MA) risk adjustment fraud, three Constantine Cannon attorneys, Mary Inman, Ed Baker, and Max Voldman, recently presented on case developments in this fast-developing area of the law at RISE West, a national conference for healthcare professionals working in the managed care...

Managed Care Risk Adjustment Enforcement Continues with Sutter Health Settlement: Constantine Cannon Client Secures Largest Ever Medicare Advantage Settlement by a Hospital

Posted  08/30/21
Sutter Health will pay the Government $90 million under the False Claims Act for allegedly submitting inaccurate and unsupported medical information on tens of thousands of patients.  The settlement in a case brought by a whistleblower represented by Constantine Cannon, together with co-counsel Keller Grover and Kleiman Rajaram, is the largest Medicare Advantage FCA settlement against a hospital system, and the...

Media Coverage of Government Intervention in Kaiser Medicare Advantage Suits: LA Times says Cases Point to a “Massive Fraud Problem in Medicare”

Posted  08/6/21
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As we announced last week, the U.S. Department of Justice gave notice that it was intervening in six different False Claims Act lawsuits against Medicare Advantage organization Kaiser Permanente and its affiliated entities, including a whistleblower lawsuit filed by Constantine Cannon’s whistleblower client, James Taylor, M.D.  The government’s decision received extensive coverage in the media, with Los Angeles...
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