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Constantine Cannon Partner Gordon Schnell Published in Fortune on Why You Might Be the Next Big Whistleblower

Posted  01/3/24
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Constantine Cannon partner Gordon Schnell was published yesterday (January 2) in Fortune on why you might become the next big whistleblower.  He co-authored the piece with Amber Scorah, founder of Parallel Story, a nonprofit helping whistleblowers tell their stories. Schnell and Scorah have worked for years helping whistleblowers bring forward information about fraud and misconduct.  But not necessarily the kind...

July 30 Is National Whistleblower Appreciation Day -- Have You Thanked A Whistleblower Lately?

Posted  07/28/23
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July 30 is National Whistleblower Appreciation Day.  Thanks to Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Ron Wyden (D-Oregon), co-heads of the Senate Whistleblower Protection Caucus, it is the tenth year in a row for this annual marker to celebrate whistleblowers and the critical role they play in protecting our health and well-being.  In announcing their bipartisan resolution designating this special day, the senators...

Supreme Court Unanimously Rejects After the Fact Excuses

Posted  06/2/23
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In a major victory for honest citizens, on June 1, 2023, the Supreme Court unanimously reversed the Seventh Circuit’s decision in United States ex rel. Schutte v. SuperValu Inc. Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorneys Eric HavianMichael RonickherAri Yampolsky, and Noah Brecker-Redd had filed an amicus brief on behalf of Senator Charles Grassley, the champion of the FCA, urging the Court to reverse this...

"Fraud by the Numbers" - Constantine Cannon Whistleblower Attorneys Contribute to Fraud Overview

Posted  02/8/23
Constantine Cannon attorneys Mary Inman and Elizabeth “Liz” Soltan worked on a 2022 Taxpayers Against Fraud article series called “Fraud by the Numbers,” which has now been released as a compilation. You can read the full report here. Taxpayers Against Fraud, a membership organization of whistleblower attorneys and others, is dedicated to defending and empowering whistleblowers who expose fraud on the...

New York Times Covers “Cash Monster” of Risk Adjustment Fraud, Featuring Cases Initiated by Constantine Cannon Clients

Posted  10/11/22
Kaiser whistleblower Dr. James Taylor got the headline on the front page of Sunday’s New York Times: “The cash monster was insatiable.” The article, subtitled How Insurers Exploited Medicare for Billions, highlights that nearly half of the Medicare beneficiaries in the U.S. are now enrolled in Medicare Advantage programs. Federal payments to Medicare Advantage insurers make up a correspondingly increasing share...

America’s Whistleblower Programs are a Beacon for International Whistleblowers

Posted  09/28/22
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Constantine Cannon whistleblower partner Mary Inman and associate Liz Soltan wrote a guest post for the Taxpayers Against Fraud blog about the role of international whistleblowers in providing an increasing number of tips under the various American whistleblower reward programs. The U.S. leads the world in enlisting whistleblowers as force-multipliers to help law enforcement and regulators detect and root out fraud...

The Scale of Crypto Fraud

Posted  09/27/22
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Whistleblower associate Liz Soltan, along with Alex Cala of Taxpayers Against Fraud, recently wrote about the massive scale of cryptocurrency fraud on the TAF blog. As use of crypto has increased, so too have scams. Between Jan. 31, 2021 and March 31, 2022, over 46,000 people made reports to the FTC about losing money in crypto fraud, with losses totaling over $1 billion. And that’s just victims who chose to make...

Book Review: "Money Men," by Dan McCrum

Posted  09/23/22
By Alicja Dijakiewicz-Kocon
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When in 2014, Dan McCrum, a bank analyst turned investigative journalist, received a tip about “German gangsters” running a company that advertised itself as the German PayPal, he could not have imagined that his reporting would allow him to expose the biggest corporate scandal in post-war Germany. Although McCrum’s book, Money Men may read like a gripping crime drama, it is a meticulously-documented...

Constantine Cannon Partner Gordon Schnell Published in Star Tribune on the Importance of National Whistleblower Appreciation Day

Posted  08/1/22
By Gordon Schnell
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Last Saturday, July 30, 2022 was National Whistleblower Appreciation Day.  While there was not a lot of media attention on the event, the Star Tribune published a commentary by Constantine Cannon Whistleblower Partner Gordon Schnell on why the Day is so important and deserves so much more attention than it ever receives. As Schnell writes, the Day is not "just another made-up holiday to celebrate the peculiar...

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

Posted  06/24/22
Abraham Lincoln Statute
Constantine Cannon whistleblower lawyers Eric Havian, Mike Ronickher, and Ari Yampolsky were published in 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...
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