Whistleblowers who report certain types of misconduct to state and federal authorities can secure multi-million-dollar awards based upon the fines and damages that government entities collect as a result of the whistleblowers’ disclosures. In the wake of the global financial crisis, the SEC and the CFTC adopted robust whistleblower programs. The subject matter of whistleblowers’ tips may include suspected accounting fraud, corporate fraud, market manipulation, insider trading, stockbroker fraud, and other securities law violations.
FBR will also represent whistleblowers who file qui tam claims under the federal False Claims Act and other similar statutes regarding:
- Health care fraud, including Medicare and Medicaid fraud
- Tax fraud or the underpayment of taxes
- Military spending fraud committed by defense contractors
- Fraud or other misconduct related to other government spending or programs
Our experience litigating complex fraud matters enables us to present our clients’ claims to government authorities in a convincing manner and to protect our clients’ interests in receiving the rewards to which they are entitled. With FBR’s assistance, whistleblowers can proceed anonymously.
FBR represents all of its whistleblower clients on a fully contingent basis. We are committed to achieving favorable results for our clients in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible. To that end, we employ top experts in the industry to assist the firm in analyzing and presenting our clients’ whistleblower claims.