Nationwide Qui Tam Practice
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The law firm of Berg & Androphy has a nationwide practice representing qui tam/whistleblower clients in lawsuits throughout the country. On behalf of our qui tam/whistleblower clients, we have filed fraud cases in such major cities as Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Lansing, Washington, D.C., Santa Fe, Brooklyn, Denver, Beaumont, Tampa, Tulsa, and in other locations. The firm maintains its principal offices in Houston, Texas and New York, New York with offices in Washington, D.C., Denver, Colorado and Miami, Florida.
In addition to working with the federal government in these cities and Washington, D.C., our qui tam attorneys have filed lawsuits on behalf of Attorneys General from the following states: California, Connecticut, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, the Commonwealths of Massachusetts and Virginia, the District of Columbia, and the city of Chicago.
Qui tam whistleblowers are also called relators. These are people who have inside information about fraud being committed against the government. Whistleblowers are often current or former employees who have attempted to report or correct fraud to the government. They come from many different industries and positions, including health care, financial services, procurement / defense contractors, scientific research, and government.
The map below represents our national presence in current and past qui tam / whistleblower cases / False Claims Act cases. We will fly anywhere, anytime, to meet our clients.
Why Choose the Qui Tam Lawyers at Berg & Androphy?
We are qui tam lawyers with trial experience.
Trial lawyers with the financial ability and expertise to handle federal False Claims Act cases without the federal or state governments. The government declines intervention in a majority of the cases filed, even cases that are meritorious.
Qui tam attorneys that take a leading role during the investigatory phase of the case. After a qui tam case is filed, the government should send out subpoenas to the defendant requesting documents and financial information.
We know the law. We have authored three treatises covering the False Claims Act (FCA), trial practice, and white collar litigation. We have also authored dozens of articles on qui tam lawsuits, medicaid and medicare fraud, whistleblower law, and the FCA.
Trial lawyers with the financial ability and expertise to assist the federal and state governments while the case is under seal.
We specialize in many practice areas including antitrust law, bankruptcy litigation, commercial litigation, criminal defense, and financial fraud whistleblowers.
This website is designed to provide general information only. This information is not and should not be construed to be legal advice. The transmission of the information found on this website also does not result in the formation of a lawyer-client relationship.
You should be aware that qui tam claims are subject to a Statute of Limitations. The area of limitations periods is complex. There are also first to file rules, public disclosure bars, original source issues, and varying limitations in pursuing retaliation claims. If you wish to pursue your claims, you should promptly seek the opinion of an attorney regarding the merits of your qui tam claim and the applicable statute of limitations.