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Listen to James Glenn, Cybersecurity Whistleblower and Constantine Cannon Client, on Tech & Main Podcast

Posted  05/10/21
Cybersecurity whistleblower James Glenn and Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorney Mike Ronickher spoke to the Tech & Main cybersecurity podcast about the experience Glenn had discovering and reporting a security flaw in Cisco’s Video Surveillance Manager software.  Glenn, who was represented by Constantine Cannon, brought a whistleblower lawsuit that resulted in the first government recovery under the False...

Watch Now: Eric Havian Joins OffshoreAlert Panel with SEC, CFTC, and IRS Whistleblower Officials on Rewards for Domestic and Foreign Whistleblowers

Posted  04/2/21

For the third year in a row, Constantine Cannon partner Eric Havian participated in OffshoreAlert’s annual conference, vGlobal, speaking on a panel with senior leaders of the whistleblower programs at the SEC, CFTC, and IRS.  The panel, which you can watch below, “Rewarding Domestic & Foreign Whistleblowers: The Growth & Spreading Reach of U.S. Programs,” addressed the international reach of the U.S....

The New BSA Whistleblower Provision – From the Whistleblowers’ Perspective

Posted  03/12/21
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Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorneys Mary Inman and Carolina Gonzalez were recently guest bloggers at Money Laundering Watch from Ballard Spahr.  Ballard Spahr attorneys Peter D. Hardy and Meredith S. Dante posed questions to Inman and Gonzalez about recent amendments to the Bank Secrecy Act that provide new options for whistleblowers reporting anti-money laundering violations.  With the kind permission of...

Incoming HHS Secretary Becerra will be a champion for whistleblowers

Posted  01/22/21
By Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
Published in San Francisco Chronicle Most are applauding Xavier Becerra as President-elect Joe Biden’s choice to run the U.S. Health and Human Services.  This is the agency -- with nearly $1.3 trillion at its disposal -- that oversees the safety of our drugs (through FDA), deals with outbreaks and pandemics (through CDC), and administers Medicare and Medicaid.  It is at the epicenter of ensuring our ultimate...

Constantine Cannon and AARP Foundation Represent Advocacy Groups on behalf of Nursing-Home Patients to Ensure Facility Accountability

Posted  01/22/21
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Constantine Cannon LLP proudly joins the AARP Foundation in representing the National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care and California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform in a lawsuit seeking to roll back a directive undercutting accountability for nursing homes that violate federal standards.  The federal Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987 allows states to recommend to CMS that a non-compliant facility pay civil...

Whistleblower Rewards: Choose a Whistleblower Lawyer with a Record of Success for Top Whistleblower Awards

Posted  12/11/20
How should a whistleblower pick a law firm?  As we have written, choosing a lawyer is one of the most important decisions a whistleblower makes, and whistleblowers should look at factors like the law firm’s experience and track record.  For whistleblowers, this post discusses one very important aspect of that experience and track record – the firm’s experience with the whistleblower reward determination...

Mary Inman talks about whistleblowers as forward indicators of risk for their employers on “What Does It Profit?” podcast

Posted  12/4/20
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On November 11, 2020, Dr. Dawn Carpenter and Constantine Cannon partner Mary Inman discussed what happens when employees’ serious concerns go unheeded by company management on the What Does It Profit podcast. The podcast kicked off with Mary discussing whistleblowers as a valuable resource for companies’ management, as well as the challenges whistleblowers and companies face when wrongdoings are reported. Mary...

Mary Inman and Tom Mueller discuss whistleblowers and ethics in the workplace at Integrity at Work Week conference

Posted  12/4/20
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On November 23, 2020, Constantine Cannon partner and head of the firm’s international whistleblower practice, Mary Inman, interviewed the author of “Crisis of Conscience: Whistleblowing in an Age of Fraud”, Tom Mueller, at the Integrity at Work Week conference organized by Transparency International Ireland. The discussions started off with Tom describing common misapprehensions about whistleblowing and...

Constantine Cannon Whistleblower Attorneys Recognized by Lawdragon and Daily Journal; Firm Recognized by U.S. News – Best Lawyers

Posted  12/4/20
It has been a big month for awards to Constantine Cannon and our whistleblower attorneys, and we are delighted to recognize the achievements of our team.

Lawdragon Names Constantine Cannon Attorneys to 500 Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers in America Guide in 2020

Posted  12/1/20
Constantine Cannon is pleased to announce that seven of its attorneys have been named to Lawdragon’s “500 Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers in America in 2020” list. According to Lawdragon, this annual list recognizes attorneys who often shoulder the risk in representing plaintiffs who cannot afford to go to court and take cases on contingency. The list is  31 percent female and more than 10 percent...
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