The attorneys of Greene LLP have been litigating False Claims Act cases for over two decades. In 1993, Managing Partner Thomas M. Greene resolved a defense industry case involving defective satellite phones sold to the United States for use by soldiers in Desert Storm; in 1994, Partner Michael Tabb began work on a defense industry case involving defective flatracks used to secure military vehicles on ships.
Located in the heart of Boston, ten minutes from the Federal District Courthouse for the District of Massachusetts and the local U.S. Attorney’s Office, the five attorneys and one physician who work with the firm dedicate themselves to the small number of cases they handle at any one time.
Choosing to blow the whistle can be a difficult step to take, and False Claims Act cases are notoriously complex, typically lasting several years. It is important to find an attorney with experience willing to represent you over the long haul. Consider some qualities to look for in an attorney and questions to ask, and learn more about the False Claims Act here.
In a seminal lawsuit against Parke-Davis and Pfizer, Greene LLP attorneys were the first to successfully argue that off-label promotion of prescription drugs was fraud that could result in liability under the False Claims Act — leading to a settlement of $430 in combined penalties and criminal fines. Since its inception, the firm has litigated a number of pharmaceutical and health care cases, and has branched out into new types of fraud — including customs duties, public utilities, and government research grants.
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