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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...

Democracy Misconceived

By William Nettles and Reuben Guttman There is a misconception among many that democracy and freedom are synonymous and that freedom, in turn, equates to the right to do and say anything. Th...

Marijuana, Immigration And Private Prisons

On August 18, 2016, then Deputy Attorney General, Sally Yates, issued a memorandum directing the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to begin to reduce – with an eye toward eliminating – the use of private p...

Corporate Compliance Programs: Pretext or Panacea?

Proponents of corporate compliance programs loudly sing their praises while detractors point to ceaseless prosecutions and a parade of civil suits—often resulting in multi-billion dollar verdicts...

Whistleblower Case Results In $28 Million Settlement

Case Is Reminder That Healthcare Fraud Is An Important Election Year Issue WASHINGTON, Oct. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A whistleblower case alleging the payment of kickbacks...
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