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Publications Archive

  • "Why is Qui Tam Litigation Often So Difficult to Resolve?"
    AHLA Connections, September 2011
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  • "Recent Qui Tam Fee Awards"
    TAF Quarterly Review, Volume 62, October 2011
  • "The IRS’s Proposed Amendments to Its Informant Award Program"
    The Legal Intelligencer (4 part series), March 2, 2011
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  • "Proposed SEC Rules Undermine Dodd-Frank’s Whisteblower Incentives"
    The Legal Intelligencer (4 part series), February 10, 2011
  • "Big Money Whistleblower Suits on the Rise"
    The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 28, 2010
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  • "Defense Contracting Fraud Prosecutions: Is the Past Prologue?"
    The Legal Intelligencer (4 part series), July 29-30, 2010
  • "False Claims in Construction – Qui Tam Issues in the Industry Today"
    For the Defense, June 2010
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  • "The Minnesota False Claims Act: Is It Minnesota Nice?"
    Bench and Bar of Minnesota, April 2010
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  • "States, Statutes and Fraud: A Study of Emerging State Efforts to Combat White Collar Crime"
    Benjamin Cardozo Law Review, Spring 2010
  • "Protecting the Empire: A Practitioner’s Primer on the New York False Claims Act"
    New York State Bar Association Journal, February 2010
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  • "The Employment Protection and Anti-Discrimination Provisions of the New Jersey State False Claims Act"
    New Jersey Law Journal, August 10, 2009
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  • "Fighting Fraud-Knowing When and How to Properly Blow the Whistle"
    Anapol Advocate, Summer 2009
  • "The ‘New’ New Jersey False Claims Act: It Was Born to Run"
    The Legal Intelligencer (4 part series), July 6-9, 2009
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  • "Major Amendments to the Federal False Claims Act"
    The Legal Intelligencer, June 17, 2009
  • "Major Amendments to the Federal False Claims Act"
    Allegheny County Bar Association Journal, June 2009
  • "How Best to Get Paid After a Successful Qui Tam Case"
    TAF Quarterly Review, Vol. 52, April 2009
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  • "The Key to Qui Tam Doesn’t Unlock Door to Big Firm Life"
    The Legal Intelligencer, July 9, 2008
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  • "Deficit Reduction Act of 2005: False Claims Education Requirements and the Rise of State False Claims Acts"
    Health Law Handbook, Gosfield, A., 20th ed., Thompson-West, 2008
  • "Rockwell Int’l. Corp. v. United States: Supreme Court Clarifies the Original Source Exception in Federal False Claims Cases"
    American Bar Association’s Committee on Criminal Litigation, Vol. 7, No. 1
  • "The Rise of State False Claims Acts"
    American Bar Association’s Committee on Criminal Litigation, Spring 2008
  • "Modern False Claims Act Liability: Cradle to Grave Liability? – Part II"
    Health Lawyers News, Vol. 11, No. 1, January 2007
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  • "Modern False Claims Act Liability: Cradle to Grave Liability? – Part I"
    Health Lawyers News, Vol. 10, No. 12, December 2006
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  • "Analysis & Perspective: Should False Claims Act Cases Be Mediated and, if So, by Whom?"
    BNA's Health Care Fraud Report, Vol. 10, No. 21, October 2006
  • "False Claims Act Damages: One Size Doesn’t Fit All"
    Health Lawyers News, Vol. 10, No. 7, July 2006
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  • "States, Statutes, and Fraud: An Empirical Study of Emerging State False Claims Acts"
    80 Tulane Law Review 465, December 2005
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  • "The SmithKline Settlement, A Case Study: Department of Justice v. Qui Tam Relators"
    Health Care Fraud Report, Bureau of National Affairs, June 1998
  • "The Qui Tam Provisions of the False Claims Act: Theory, Practice and Procedure"
    Health Law Handbook, 1998 ed., 149-176, Gosfield, A. ed.
  • "Current Practice and Procedure under the Whistleblower Provisions of the Federal False Claims Act"
    71 Temple Law Review 23, 1998
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  • "The Qui Tam Provisions of the False Claims Act: Even Success Has Its Challenges"
    ABA Health Law Litigation, 1998
  • "Teaching Hospitals Face Difficult Risk Analysis: Why Did U. of Penn. Hospital Pay the Government $30 Million?"
    The Legal Intelligencer, January 12, 1996

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  • Recovered over $2 billion for federal and state taxpayers
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