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Constantine Cannon Partner Mary Inman Comments on Importance of Anonymity for Whistleblowers to Government Accountability Project

Posted  02/15/19
London partner Mary Inman was recently quoted in DC-based Government Accountability Project (GAP)’s blog post about effective whistleblower protection in emerging international laws. Among other priorities, the long-standing Government Accountability Project brings attention to important whistleblower issues, corporate and financial accountability, and international whistleblower rights – issues that are...

Constantine Cannon’s Harry Litman Chosen by Washington Post as a Regular Columnist

Posted  02/15/19
The Washington Post has tapped Constantine Cannon’s own Harry Litman to be a regular contributing columnist to its Opinions pages. Harry’s column will focus on a variety of topical legal issues. In addition to his many years of representing whistleblowers, Harry’s remarkable experience includes his work as a U.S. attorney, deputy assistant attorney general, Supreme Court law clerk, and more recently, teaching at...

New Yorker Article on Whistleblowers Features Constantine Cannon

Posted  01/28/19
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In an article titled “The Personal Toll of Whistle-Blowing” published in the February 4, 2019, New Yorker magazine, Sheelah Kolhatkar describes the cases of two Constantine Cannon whistleblower clients, and features whistleblower attorney Mary Inman.  Focusing on False Claims Act cases involving fraud in the Medicare Advantage program, the article details how the FCA “effectively turned average citizens into a...

Constantine Cannon Attorneys Eric Havian and Michael Ronickher Published in Law360 on the Need for Anti-Money Laundering Whistleblower Rewards

Posted  12/12/18
In the wake of anti-money laundering enforcement activity spurred by the Panama Papers, Constantine Cannon attorneys Eric Havian and Michael Ronickher published an article in Law360 on why we need an anti-money laundering whistleblower program. Havian and Ronickher argue for a new, DOJ-led whistleblower program to close the “large enforcement gap” left open by the existing IRS and SEC programs: “Domestic law...

Listen: Expected Dismissal of Providence Health Upcoding Suit

Posted  12/7/18
Constantine Cannon partner Mary Inman joins the RAC Monitor “Monitor Monday” podcast to comment on the government’s decision to decline to intervene in a $188.1 million whistleblower lawsuit Med Analytics, LLC filed against Providence Health (now known as Providence St. Joseph) alleging Providence upcoded diagnoses it submitted to government health programs for reimbursement. Several reports have indicated the...

Listen: Taxcast’s November 2018 Podcast on How Governments Can Better Protect and Encourage Whistleblowers

Posted  12/7/18
Constantine Cannon partner Mary Inman is featured in the Tax Justice Network’s November podcast on, among other things, whistleblowing on tax fraud. Inman discusses the impact of U.S. whistleblower laws on corporate wrongdoing and white collar enforcement and speaks to improvements governments can make to better protect whistleblowers, encourage whistleblowers to bring evidence to their governments, and financially...

Three South Korean Companies to Pay $236 Million, Resolving Civil and Criminal Liability for Bid Rigging Alleged in Constantine Cannon Whistleblower Suit

Posted  11/14/18
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The Justice Department announced that SK Energy Co. Ltd., GS Caltex Corporation, and Hanjin Transportation Co. Ltd. collectively agreed to pay $236 million for their respective roles in a decade-long conspiracy to rig bids and fix prices, thereby overcharging the U.S. Government on contracts to supply fuel to U.S. military bases throughout South Korea. The deal resolves False Claims Act allegations against the three...

World Conference of Accountants in Sydney Australia Discusses Whistleblowing

Posted  11/7/18
At the World Conference of Accountants in Sydney, Australia, Constantine Cannon partner Mary Inman led a discussion on "The Truth About Truth Telling.”  Inman and the panelists highlighted how accountants must sometimes make hard choices and blow the whistle to maintain a company’s integrity. Often reluctant heroes, whistleblowers play a critical role in protecting society from corporate wrongdoing.  However,...

Watch: “Taking Advantage” Highlights Medicare Risk Adjustment Fraud

Posted  11/2/18
Constantine Cannon partner Mary Inman and two Constantine Cannon whistleblower clients are featured in Episode 3 of the PBS series “Playing by the Rules: Ethics at Work.” The episode investigates ”risk adjustment” in the Medicare Advantage program and practices by some of America’s largest insurance companies to make patients look sicker than they really are-which boosts payments to the insurance companies...

Two Constantine Cannon Clients Featured on 60-Minutes Australia

Posted  11/1/18
Two Constantine Cannon clients who blew the whistle on Takata’s exploding airbags, the largest corporate cover-up in the auto industry, were featured on 60-Minutes Australia. The show revealed how Takata made these low-cost airbags to get a jump on competitors, ultimately putting millions of lives at risk and resulting in hundreds of deaths and injuries. Valuing profits over public safety, Takata ignored the...
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