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Daily Journal Names Whistleblower Attorney Anne Hartman Among California’s Top 100 Women Lawyers

Posted  11/6/20
Constantine Cannon partner Anne Hayes Hartman, a member of the firm’s Whistleblower Practice Group, has been recognized by the Daily Journal on the California legal publication’s annual Top 100 Women Lawyers in California list. The list honors California women attorneys who have made a difference in the past year to their clients, their firms, and their profession. In profiling Ms. Hartman, the legal newspaper...

Constantine Cannon partner Mary Inman and Nick Gallo, Co-CEO of ComplianceLine, discuss whistleblowing in the US and around the globe

Posted  11/6/20
globe zoomed in on the side
On October 26, 2020, international whistleblower lawyer, Mary Inman, joined Nick Gallo, CEO of ComplianceLine, on a podcast “The Ethics Experts,” which is part of the Compliance Podcast Network. Discussions commenced with Mary explaining the various US whistleblower reward programs (CFTCSECIRS, and the False Claims Act). She then described the vital role whistleblower lawyers play in guiding...

Constantine Cannon Client Scores SEC Whistleblower Win

Posted  10/30/20
silver whistle with Securities Exchange Commission logo
Adding to our list of significant achievements in the whistleblower arena, Constantine Cannon obtained a $1.7 million payout for our SEC whistleblower client.  Of particular note, we convinced the SEC to increase our client’s award after SEC recommended a lower amount, which the SEC very rarely does. Our client’s award comes on the heels of last week’s blockbuster $114M award and adds yet another notch in the...

A better approach to stop feeding the fraudsters with CARES Act relief

Posted  10/29/20
By Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
blue gloves holding a mask
(Published in Tennessean) The federal government has yet to come up with an appropriate answer for the feeding frenzy of fraud that is looming with billions in CARES Act funding in play and trillions more likely on the way. Despite its best efforts, the government loses tens of billions of dollars from fraud every year, much of it committed by the very same companies now benefitting from CARES Act relief. Unless...

Call to Albany: Time to reward insurance fraud whistleblowers

Posted  10/29/20
By Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
Whistle on Wood
(Published in Times Union) Here is an idea for Albany. It would significantly strengthen the State's efforts to combat fraud, inject the State with tens of millions of dollars a year in added revenue, and most importantly, better protect the health and welfare of all New Yorkers. All it would entail is expanding New York's whistleblower rewards regime to include individuals exposing insurance fraud. New York...

Partner Mary Inman and Theranos whistleblower, Erika Cheung, speak on the Forbes' stage about whistleblowers & corporate accountability

Posted  10/9/20
Male standing with their silhouette as a whistle
On 30 October 2019, Constantine Cannon partner Mary Inman and Erika Cheung, founder of Ethics in Entrepreneurship and a former whistleblower who reported Theranos to health regulators, shared the stage in Detroit at the Forbes 30 under 30 conference to discuss the importance of whistleblowers and corporate accountability, as captured in the video below. The discussions kicked off with Erika’s experience...

Partners Mary Inman and Henry Su discuss whistleblowing in Montfort Communications’ webinar "Whistleblowing: a Legal and Media Perspective from Both Sides of the Atlantic"

Posted  10/9/20
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Constantine Cannon partners Mary Inman and Henry Su, alongside two renowned journalists - Katherine Eban and Martin Bright, participated in a webinar on whistleblowing issues across the pond, which was moderated by Stuart Leach, Head of Litigation and Disputes at Montfort Communications and aired last week. The webinar focused on the differences in treatment of whistleblowers in both the U.S. and UK. Mary...

Constantine Cannon Celebrates a Record-Shattering Year of Whistleblower Rewards

Posted  10/8/20
Whistleblower Rewards
This has been a big year for the whistleblower clients of Constantine Cannon. Our whistleblower team represented the whistleblowers in four blockbuster settlements in just the past twelve months.  In two of those cases, the government declined to pursue the matter so we had to litigate on our own. More importantly for our clients, in all four cases Constantine Cannon secured some of the highest whistleblower...

NASAA Approves Model Whistleblower Award and Protection Act with Changes Recommended by Constantine Cannon Attorneys

Posted  10/2/20
By Chris McLamb
Silhouette of People Around a Whistle
Earlier this year, the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) proposed a Model Whistleblower Award and Protection Act that would help states bolster their securities enforcement by incentivizing whistleblowers.  Constantine Cannon attorneys Eric Havian, Michael Ronickher, and Chris McLamb teamed up with Alexis Ronickher of Katz Marshall & Banks LLP to comment on the proposal, encouraging NASAA...

Constantine Cannon Attorneys Ari Yampolsky and Chris McLamb Published in the Daily Journal on the California FCA

Posted  09/17/20
On September 8, 2020, Constantine Cannon attorneys Ari Yampolsky and Chris McLamb published an article in the Daily Journal discussing the California State Senate’s failure to pass critical amendments to the California False Claims Act.  Among other things, the amendments would have closed a loophole that lets tax cheats off the hook and rebuffed defendants’ attacks on the CFCA’s longstanding materiality...
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