Blog

Celgene Corporation, $280 million

U.S. ex rel. Brown v. Celgene Corporation, Central District of California. GBB recovered $280 million in a non-intervened False Claims Act case against Celgene Corporation on the eve of trial...

NITA Podcast: Best Practices for Remote Hearings

with Judge Amy Hanley and D.C. civil litigator Reuben Guttman to talk about how to get it right in video and telephonic hearings. In Episode 8 of the podcast, we are joined by Kansas Distri...

The Art of Opening Statements (Or Is It Opening Arguments?)

Getting a case down to its “gist” and to its “core,” retired federal judge Nancy Gertner said, involves picking the evidence that’s most favorable to your side. “That kind of selection is inevita...

False Claims Act Litigation: CLE

Program Date: June 22, 2020 | Over the last several years Americans have had a crash course in the role that whistleblowers play in compliance enforcement. No statute gives whistleblowers a g...

Whistleblowers Beware

By Reuben Guttman For fraudsters, government expenditures are a license to steal. One thing fraudsters know is that with trillions of dollars in expenditures from federal and state governments...

COVID-19 Will Lead to New False Claims Cases

The COVID-19 virus is inspiring new private-public relationships that will lead to a new generation of whistleblower cases under the Federal False Claims Act. Government is injecting billions...

False Claims Act: Offense and Defense

Description: Each year private citizen suits under the False Claims Act have returned billions of dollars to Federal and State treasuries. These suits leverage the government’s compliance en...

The Whistleblowers in the White House

I practice law. My clients have been called sneaks and snitches. I just call them “whistleblowers.” If they sue a culprit who has defrauded the government under the False Claims Act against, I mi...

Litigation in the age of the Internet

Top trial lawyer Reuben Guttman considers the use of emails and social media postings as evidence and how it is changing the nature, and possibly the outcome, of cases. On the morning of 18 Dece...
1 2 3 4 6