Today, the New York Times published an article on the expansion of Constantine Cannon’s Whistleblower Practice to its London office. London-based partners Mary Inman and Richard Pike were interviewed for the story. Ms. Inman and Mr. Pike represent whistleblowers from across the world in lawsuits brought under U.S. and international whistleblower programs. “The global economy opens up opportunities for whistleblowers from around the world to point out fraud against the U.S. government,” Ms. Inman told the New York Times reporter. To read more about Constantine Cannon’s London office, click here.
The New York Times also interviewed Constantine Cannon client Andrew Patrick for the story. Constantine Cannon represents Mr. Patrick, a citizen and resident of the United Kingdom, in a lawsuit against Pure Collection Ltd. under the U.S. False Claims Act.
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